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Woody Harrelson attends the photo call for Triangle of Sadness
Woody Harrelson stands out as an incredibly unique actor due to his ability to be extremely versatile, yet entirely himself at the same time. From Zombieland, to True Detective, Harrelson has shown that his distinct persona carries with it the charm, wit, and thoughtfulness sufficient to bring depth and brevity to every role. His performance in last year’s Triangle of Sadness was no exception. With the support of a terrific script and a clear dramaturgical foundation, Woody Harrelson’s specificity and sense for his character’s inner turmoil, combined with his natural wit, provided a nuanced examination of the guilt-ridden American liberal.
We wonder who’s caught the hat?
Vincent Macaigne attends the photo call for Diary of a Fleeting Affair
Single mother Charlotte (Sandrine Kiberlain) and married man Simon (Vincent Macaigne) are having an affair. Charlotte’s carelessness fascinates the more cautious Simon. They both agree to a relationship with no commitments but as their meetings become more frequent, Simon’s colleague warns him, ‘Liaisons like this never last long.’ Mouret treats this story of middle-aged love with charm and intelligence. Kiberlain and Macaigne are irresistible as both modern and ‘classic’ lovers. We can feel the passing of time between them in exquisitely composed long takes. Emmanuel Mouret’s delightful, subtle, and witty film follows on from last year’s Love Affair(s).
The actor Vincent Macaigne has made sure that his exhilarating moment is captured for years to come.