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Trailer: "The Eternal Daughter"


It's hard to dispute Tilda Swinton's range as an actress. Her ability to slip into roles on a mental level is astounding, ranging from skittish businesswomen such as her Oscar-winning work in Michael Clayton or willingness to put on a pound of make-up to play an elderly male psychologist in the 2018 remake of Suspiria. Perhaps her dual role in The Eternal Daughter, the latest film from director/writer Joanna Hogg (The Souvenir, The Souvenir Part II) serves as an epitome of her investment in whatever narrative she takes part in.

In her newest film, Swinton plays the dual role of middle-aged daughter Julia and her elderly mother Rosalind who must confront long-buried secrets when they return to their former family home, a once-grand manor that has become a nearly vacant hotel brimming with mystery. The trailer comes to show that this is not just another ghost story, but a commentary on the reverberation of action through familial generations. Check it out below:

Following it's acclaimed debut at the 79th Venice Film Festival in September, the film will be released in theaters on December 2nd. It will feature Joseph Mydell, Carly-Sophia Davies, and Alfie Sankey-Green in supporting roles. Stay tuned!

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Nov 01, 2022

She's far too ugly to be an actress. I looked up her early life section on Wikipedia to see how she got famous and her father is a literal knight and she went to school with Princess Di. Mystery solved.

Durand Simon
Durand Simon
Nov 02, 2022
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Or maybe she's a great actress who takes on quite a variety of different and challenging roles, thans to an androgynous physique.

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