Xavier DOLAN, Radio Canada : "JACKIE, film que j'adore, c'est un chef-d'oeuvre. Dire à quel point j'aime Jackie... C'est vraiment formidable. La performance de Natalie Portman dans Jackie, ça redéfinit vraiment c'est quoi l'interprétation moderne. Je pense à toutes les performances qui ont été nommées aux Oscars dans les dernières années, et qui ont gagné, j'en pense pas à une, une, qui soit plus forte, qui soit plus inspirée, qui soit plus humaine que celle de Natalie Portman... Elle joue pas, elle existe, elle nous emmène dans des... C'est vraiment remarquable comme performance, c'est très très intimidant de voir ça... ça doit être très intimidant pour (une actrice) contemporaine d'elle, de regarder cette performance-là... : "Je pensais que j'avais des chances, mais..."." (Une heure avec Xavier Dolan)

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Xavier DOLAN, Variety : "I can’t think of a recent movie that’s filled me with ecstasy like “Jackie” did. It left me artistically intimidated and wonderstruck.
Fragmental but never diffused, vaporous yet always precise, Pablo Larraín’s film is as organized as it is organic, and free.
Over Mica Levi’s grand and disorienting score, the film plies between past and present, desperately looking for “Jackie O.” She isn’t hard to find. With great style and sensibility, Natalie Portman surpasses herself. From gait to inflexions, laughter to stillness, she redefines modern acting: sublimating the inherent opportunity of the role into something temerously mortal, she might as well die before our eyes, killing herself to exist, unendingly.
Noah Oppenheim’s screenplay delivers her those earth-shattering moments of implosion, the tectonic plates of his smartly interwoven chronologies colliding perfectly, with Portman dancing and stumbling soddenly on the fault line. “Jackie” is distilled poetry, the story of a heartbreak, and the loss of ideals of a woman endowed with toxic power. Every shot, every outfit, every line, falls vertiginously in place with effortless virtuosity.
I left “Jackie” with an urgent need to be better, to create indelible, lasting things. I often thought I’d burst into tears during the screening. It was only later that night that I realized that I wasn’t holding back tears of sadness, but those of wonderment for the talent of a group of extraordinary artists fighting for a bygone cinema anew.
You can’t learn it. You can’t fake it. It can’t be right, it can’t be wrong. It can just be.."


Xavier DOLAN : pas une performance aux Oscars dans les dernières années qui soit plus forte que celle de Natalie Portman dans Jackie
Xavier DOLAN : pas une performance aux Oscars dans les dernières années qui soit plus forte que celle de Natalie Portman dans Jackie
Xavier DOLAN : pas une performance aux Oscars dans les dernières années qui soit plus forte que celle de Natalie Portman dans Jackie de Pablo LARRAIN
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Erika Linder / Model & Actress / Photo (c) Amanda Demme


Erika Linder

Photo (c) Amanda Demme


"Proudly androgynous, Linder models in both men’s and women’s runway shows. So it is no surprise that her personal hero is Tilda Swinton. “I admire her style so much—I think she is amazing. She can do it all; she can play a man, a woman, a horse!” she says. And so, we suspect, can Linder.

Asked if her new career (actress) is scary, she says of course it is: “But if it isn’t scary, I don’t want to do it." - VOGUE, APRIL 4, 2018. Hooked on Louis Vuitton’s Capucines With Erika Linder


Erika Linder / Actress


"Model Erika Linder announces herself as a promising screen presence"

"Erika Linder. One of the most impressive silver screen outings for a model to date"


Sara Serraiocco | Baldwin / Counterpart


Sara Serraiocco

Showreel | Counterpart

"The actress Sara Serraiocco is the person stealing the show on Counterpart so far. Serraiocco had a not-so unique path to acting: she started out as a dancer. Now one of the hottest talents in Europe" (Decider)


Sara Serraiocco
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