From the despairing Charlotte in Lost in Translation to the sequestered sisters of The Virgin Suicides to even Marie Antoinette, Sofia Coppola has had a long-lasting interest with confined young ladies. Be that as it may, the author executive's next venture, The Beguiled, investigates that subject in a determinedly unforeseen setting: a ladies' live-in school in 1864 Virginia at the tallness of the Civil War.
The original film, The Beguiled, starred Clint Eastwood as an injured confederate warrior amid the Civil War who was taken in at a young ladies life experience school before worming his way into their souls, reports Variety. A standout amongst the most fascinating female auteurs working today, Coppola has worked, solely, inside the domain of the female personality. Her most male-arranged film, Lost in Translation (which isn't even, truly) is the just a single so far that has become any Oscar consideration, winning her a screenplay win and one of the uncommon Best Director spaces (4 altogether in 88 years), alongside Best Picture and Best Actor.
Furthermore, what a plot. In view of the 1966 Thomas Cullinan novel, The Beguiled stars Nicole Kidman as the headmistress of the stately Miss Martha Farnsworth Seminary for Young Ladies. Kirsten Dunst plays Edwina, an educator, and Elle Fanning, an adolescent understudy named Alicia. The school, in some decay, has remained to a great extent untouched by the war, yet the young ladies' confinement is hindered by the revelation of an injured warrior from the Union Army (Colin Farrell). His entry commences a twisty story of enticement and envy.
The Beguiled will hit theaters on June 23.
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