Sunday’s New York Magazine’s this year’s Hollywood issue and features a portfolio with 13 actresses, among them Marion Cotillard, and a lengthy article about female heroic roles in Hollywood.
It is, instead, to acknowledge the range and depth of 13 remarkable and very different actresses, and also to convey, through the suggestive medium of pictures and words, an array of intriguing, troubling, inspiring and contradictory possibilities. A partial list of the roles the women in these pages have played this year would include a slave, a sex therapist, a trainer of killer whales, a randy Texas dowager, a 19th-century factory worker driven to prostitution and the two most compelling and morally complicated characters in the semicompelling, morally simplistic “Dark Knight Rising.” And also, of course, Katniss and Hushpuppy, authentic superheroes with the power to turn the world upside down.
001 Sessions from 2012 > New York Times Magazine
- Marion Cotillard on Rust and Bone, Playing a Double Amputee, and Hating the Zoo, posted on August 21, 2012
- Marion Cotillard’s new role cuts to the ‘Bone’, posted on December 15, 2012
- An Interview with Marion Cotillard, posted on March 30, 2011
- Free Marion, posted on August 19, 2012
- Marion Cotillard Talks Rust And Bone, posted on May 18, 2012