Sebastián Lelio’s remake of his 2013 Chilean film has been Americanized in some unsettling ways
Mar 11, 2019
Susan G. Cole
The glorious Julianne Moore is the best reason to see this American adaptation of Sebastián Lelio's Chilean film
David Mackenzie's historical drama, produced by Netflix and starring Chris Pine as Robert The Bruce, will open this year's festival. And there's some other stuff coming too.
But, unlike in his Oscar winning A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio doesn’t convey the essence of his central character’s inner conflict
From Disobedience, featuring Rachels Weisz and McAdams as Orthodox Jewish women in love, to the doc about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this year's TJFF screens many much-anticipated films
Director Sebastián Lelio has an instinct for creating unusually powerful female characters