MOVIE NEWS – Cate Blanchett’s triumphant march continues. She won the London Film Critics Award the other day for the film TÁR, previously she received the Golden Globe Award and the New York Film Critics Award and dozens of other accolades, while the time for the Oscars is ticking, where she is the most likely to take home the Best Female golden statue of the protagonist.
TÁR, as its admirers and enemies alike point out, is not a simple, ordinary cinema experience. Everyone agrees that it is a bone-chilling case study of an obsessed artist, and at the same time a wide-ranging vision of our time, where unconditional admirers of social taboos and rebellious refusers of them, can expect to be put to shame.
Lydia Tár, played by Cate Blanchett, is the world’s number one female conductor, who has to wade through a male-dominated profession in order to achieve her goals and be herself. In the process, he inflicts mortal wounds and is seriously injured himself, because he finds himself in a vortex from which he seems unable to escape.
The film has been nominated for six Oscars® in almost every major category (Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Director, Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing), and most people are betting that Cate Blanchett the third gold statuette really looks like him.
(TÁR – domestic presentation: February 16, 2023.)
Source: UIP Dunafilm
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