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Lady Susan has a reputation that precedes her. She's a professional flirt who men flock toward. Having lost her husband, Lady Susan is out to find herself a wealthy new groom and one - perhaps slightly less well off - for her daughter who doesn't have her mother's knack for enticing suitors. 

When Lady Susan visits the home of her late husband's relatives, it doesn't take long for her to woo a few too many men - both married and single - and the rumour mill is in full swing. Lady Susan knows exactly what she wants in a man but finding someone with the right assets for her and another person for her daughter might just be too much. 

Love & Friendship is based on the Jane Austen novella 'Lady Susan' and will be in cinemas from May 2016.

Love & Friendship Review

Extraordinary

Acclaimed filmmaker Whit Stillman reunites the stars of his 1998 drama The Last Days of Disco, Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny, for what might be the most entertaining big-screen Jane Austen adaptation ever. Based on her novella Lady Susan, this is a lacerating social comedy packed with hugely engaging characters. It brilliantly captures Austen's gift for crisply astute comedy, giving everyone in the gifted cast a chance to shine.

Set in 1790s England, the story centres on Lady Susan (Beckinsale), who has been recently widowed and now needs to sort out a hopefully lucrative future. First, she sets out to find a wealthy, dim-witted man to marry her spoiled daughter Frederica (Morfydd Clark), and the dorky Sir James (Tom Bennett) is the perfect candidate. For herself, she sets her sights on the gorgeous, gullible Reginald (Xavier Samuel), the younger brother of her sister-in-law Catherine (Emma Greenwell), who's the only person who can see through Susan's scheming. Through all of this, Susan's only confidant is her American friend Alicia (Sevigny), who is sensibly married to an older man (Stephen Fry). And of course, Susan's plans simply refuse to go as she expects.

Beckinsale is terrific in the role as a sexy cougar who keeps all the men around her happy with blatant flattery. She understands the way to a man's heart, and isn't afraid to exploit everyone around her to make sure that she and Frederica are set up for life. Beckinsale gets this balance of charm and contempt exactly right, and her riotously sharp wit easily wins over the audience. The cast around her is just as good, engaging with Susan in fabulous wordplay, unable to resist being manipulated by her charisma. As the two targets of Susan's strategy, Bennett and Samuel are particularly strong. Bennett's bumbling James is simply the funniest thing on-screen this year, while Samuel manages to keep Reginald sweetly charming and never dull.

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Chloe Sevigny - Chloe Sevigny attends a photocall for Kering Talks Women In Motion during the 69th Cannes Film Festival at Cannes Film Festival - Cannes, France - Wednesday 18th May 2016

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Chloe Sevigny - Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala - Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology at the Met Museum - New York, New York, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016

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Chloë Sevigny - Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology' Costume Institute Gala - After Party - New York, New York, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016

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Chloe Sevigny - 2016 Tribeca Film Festival - Chanel Dinner at Tribeca Film Festival - New York, United States - Tuesday 19th April 2016

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Amazon Orders Two Adam Brody And Ron Perlman Pilots In Push For Original Programming


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Amazon has greenlit two new show pilots to debut on its Amazon Instant Video later this year. Amazon Studios continues to prioritise and develop its original programming featuring big-name stars with the announcement that it has ordered pilot for the half-hour dramatic comedy The Cosmopolitans, starring Adam Brody, and the hour-long drama Hand of God, with Ron Perlman.

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Adam Brody Will Mark His Return To TV With 'The Cosmopolitans.'

The Cosmopolitans will see the star of The O.C. returning to television in his first starring role since Fox's hit teen drama. He'll be playing Jimmy, an American living in Paris whose romantic adventures intertwine with a group of fellow ex-pats. One of which, Vicky, will be played by Hit & Miss actress Chloë Sevigny. Directed by Whit Stillman ('Metropolitan,' 'Barcelona'), the pilot will also feature Dree Hemingway and Shaun Evans.

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Lovelace Trailer


Linda Lovelace was a hugely successful pornographic actress who hit global stardom with her 1972 hardcore film 'Deep Throat'. Although apparently happy, feisty and at ease on the surface, she suffered severe abuse and violence at the hands of her husband and manager Chuck Traynor who forced her into the sex industry at gunpoint; a stark contrast to her previous life, being well-known by her friends for keeping all her previous boyfriends at a good distance. While she apparently seemed to enjoy the highlife of national and international stardom, she made attempts to quit pornography to the anger of Traynor, who did everything he could to frighten her into submission. A vulnerable woman who spent her life being used, and who would go on to be a key figure in later anti-pornography movements.

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Lindsay Lohan Cuts A Tired Looking Figure Whilst Others Shine At The AmfAR Awards (Pictures)


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Lindsay Lohan at the Amfar Gala

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Fresh from her recent court appearances, it was a disheveled looking Lindsay Lohan that took to the amFAR Awards red carpet in New York last night (February 6, 2013). The star has been in court again after allegations that she broke the terms of her probation by getting into another car-relates scrape. Various reports have been knocking around that she's struggling with the ongoing troubles in her life - albeit many of them self-inflicted - and she looked less than 100% last night. 

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Chloe Sevigny Tuesday 12th June 2012 New York Stage and Film 2012 season launch at Joe Allen restaurant

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Video - Chloe Sevigny Arriving At Boa Steakhouse


Chloe Sevigny arriving at Boa Steakhouse

Chloe Sevigny Thursday 10th March 2011 The GO International Designer Collective Launch at the Ace Hotel New York City, USA

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Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton, Chloe Sevigny, HBO and Jeanne Tripplehorn - Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Chloe Sevigny Wednesday 12th January 2011 at Directors Guild Of America Los Angeles, California

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Mr Nice Review


Excellent
The life of notorious drug smuggler Howard Marks hits the big screen in a lively, fiercely well-made biopic that never condemns drugs as its story spirals through the decades. It also features Ifans' best-ever performance.

Born in a rugby-mad Welsh mining town, Howard Marks (Ifans) knew he didn't fit in and proved it by getting into Oxford against the odds. There he immediately falls into the early-1960s brainy/druggy crowd, dealing marijuana but never anything harder. Despite efforts to go straight, he continually returns to trafficking, arguing that it's not a crime to break an immoral law. But his associations with a notorious IRA terrorist (Thewlis) and a rule-bending Indian businessman (Djalili) attract the attentions of a tenacious American agent (Tosar).

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My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done Review


Extraordinary
There's no way that combining the geniuses of producer David Lynch and director Werner Herzog could result in something that wasn't utterly bonkers. But this film, based on true events, also has a startlingly emotional kick.

In San Diego, two detectives (Dafoe and Pena) converge on a suburban stand-off where a killer, Brad (Shannon), claims to be holding hostages. As the tension builds, Brad's girlfriend Ingrid (Sevigny) and his theatre-director friend Lee (Kier) arrive to help the cops, explaining Brad's somewhat strained relationship with his mother (Zabriskie) and his eccentric Uncle Ted (Dourif).

They also talk about how he has never quite been himself after a mind-opening trip to Peru.

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Mr. Nice Trailer


In the 1970's Howard Marks was one of the biggest weed smugglers in the world but the Welshman from the small town of Kenfig never indented to become such a major player in the industry. In the beginning Marks started out as a relatively minor drug dealer, supplying small amounts of dope but as his connections began to grow more opportunities became available.

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Chloe Sevigny and Rose McGowan - Chloe Sevigny and Rose McGowan wear similar Valentino ruffled dresses. Who wore it best? World Premiere of 'When In Rome' held at the El Capitan Theatre Hollywood, California - Rose McGowan Wednesday 27th January 2010

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Liz Goldwyn and Chloe Sevigny - Liz Goldwyn and Chloe Sevigny Los Angeles, California - MOCA New 30th Anniversary Gala - arrivals Saturday 14th November 2009

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Chloe Sevigny Monday 22nd June 2009 New York Nightlife Preservation Community event launch at M2 Ultra Lounge New York City, USA

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3 Needles Review


Very Good
It's exceedingly strange that 3 Needles, a lavish and dramatic film shot on three continents and starring a huge cast of A-listers has garnered almost no attention since it was first shown in 2005 and later had short releases in major cities in conjunction with World AIDS Day in 2006. Lucy Liu fans, why haven't you spoken up?

A collection of three short films connected only by their central theme that a lack of AIDS awareness around the world can lead to nothing but the most abject kinds of tragedy. Writer/director Thom Fitzgerald sets his short stories in China, Montreal, and South Africa, each outlining its own depressing reality.

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Zodiac Trailer


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Zodiac Review


Essential
Talk about a tough sell. David Fincher's most accomplished film to date is a true-crime masterpiece about the Zodiac, an enigmatic serial killer whose random approach to murder terrified Northern California throughout the late '60s and early '70s. Methodical and mesmerizing, the picture flirts with a three-hour run-time, features realistic depictions of senseless slaughter, and builds to an incomplete conclusion that is only satisfying when taken in context (for those unaware, the infamous cold case remains unsolved to this day).

It's also brilliant, the first great film of the year which constructs with painstaking detail a fruitless investigation that grew into an obsession for certain members of San Francisco's media and police forces.

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Mrs. Harris Review


Good
Mrs. Harris is a made-for-HBO drama that stumbles in its attempt to cover the 15 years of events that led up to the headline-grabbing murder of noted diet doctor Herman Tarnower by his high-society girlfriend and sometime-fiancee Jean Harris in 1980. Like most biopics that range across time, it can't help but feel disjointed and episodic as it races through the story, trying to jam in as much information as it can in under two hours.

Writer/director Phyllis Nagy tries a few framing devices, such as flashing back from Harris's murder trial and showing the night of the murder twice with two different spins (was it premeditated murder or a terrible accident?), to no great effect. But her star, Annette Bening, has fun flaunting the trappings of her high-society strivings and playing the woman dangerously scorned, and Ben Kingsley is wonderfully awful as the impossibly egomaniacal Tarnower, a man who, if you believe this take on events, may have deserved that bullet in his chest. It's a wonder Harris didn't go after his privates with a pair of pruning shears.

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Big Love: Season One Review


Very Good
In its first season, Big Love was often summarily referred to as "the polygamy show." True enough, but as with many of HBO's finer offerings, it offers more than meets the eye. And the expectations. While Big Love doesn't deliver the consistency or tension many HBO fans enjoy in The Sopranos, there's enough in this bizarre drama to support a solid DVD-viewing addiction.

From the first notes of The Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" ringing under an otherworldly opening credit sequence, Big Love hints at a combination of somber connection and sincere personal adoration. At the center is Bill Henrickson (Bill Pullman), an ambitious home superstore owner who lives a clean, Utah Mormon life... along with his three wives and gaggle of kids.

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The Brown Bunny Review


Excellent
By all indications, actor/director/musician/man-about-town Vincent Gallo's second full-length feature The Brown Bunny should have collapsed under the weight of its own negative hype. First, there were the reports of unsimulated fellatio between Gallo and fellow scenster Chloë Sevigny. There was the film's noxious reception at Cannes. Then, film critic and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls scribe Roger Ebert named the film the worst movie ever shown at the French fashion show/film festival. Despite this pronouncement, The Brown Bunny went on to win a special critic's prize at the Viennale Film Festival. And a week before the film's U.S. opening -- as Gallo drove a print of the film around the country to host advance screenings -- a billboard company tore down a previously approved advertisement depicting Gallo and Sevigny en flagrante.

How can a director protect 92 minutes of celluloid from such a deluge of distraction? With heart, elegance and respect for his audience; and Gallo does just that.

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A Map Of The World Review


Good
What American Beauty did for the suburbs, A Map of the World aims to do for the farm life.

I said "aims," of course. A Map of the World is deeply flawed yet still worth a look, especially if you're into grandiose, weepy, self-important dramas. And hey, who isn't?

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Shattered Glass Review


Very Good
The need to get the best story first has always been an inherent part of the news business. But when a journalist crosses the line into the realm of fictional the whole integrity of the news business is thrown out the window.

This is in essence what happened to The New Republic magazine in 1998 when a writer of theirs named Stephen Glass fabricated a story about a computer hacker to such an extent that nothing in it was true including - sorry to say - the allegation that the hacker left his mark with an appealingly humorous alliterative caption: "THE BIG BAD BIONIC BOY HAS BEEN HERE BABY." (This of course has been overshadowed by the recent Jayson Blair/New York Times scandal, which shook out nearly identically but with much greater fanfare earlier this year.)

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Dogville Review


Weak

Lars von Trier's peculiar compulsion to humiliate his heroines (and by extension the actresses who play them) has finally crescendoed to a deafening din of indiscriminate, exasperating martyrdom in "Dogville," a daring experiment in heightened performance and minimalist filmmaking that is fatally undermined by the Danish writer-director's conceit as a narrator.

His last four movies ("Breaking the Waves," "The Idiots," "Dancer in the Dark" and now "Dogville") have all dealt largely with the psychological (and sometimes physical) torture of vulnerable female protagonists. While his storytelling and cinematic style are almost always compelling, he's never seemed so arbitrary in his sadism than in this allegory of a beautiful, 1930s flapper fugitive hiding from the mob in a ragged, remote, austere Colorado mountain hamlet, where the tiny populace goes from distrustful to accepting to maliciously cruel on little more than von Trier's say-so.

Played with discernible dedication by Nicole Kidman, Grace is a porcelain enigma of self-flagellation so determined to escape some kind of shadowy past that, in exchange for the skeptical township's shelter, she agrees to indentured servitude -- doing handy work, favors and manual labor one hour a day in each of the seven households. She gradually comes earn the friendship of all -- even those most reluctant to accept her.

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The Brown Bunny Review


Good

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Chloe Sevigny Defends 'The Brown Bunny' Oral Sex Scene


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Chloe Sevigny has received strong backlash towards her recent film 'The Brown Bunny', after critics attacked her over an oral sex scene. The actress is upset by the critical response to the scene between her and Vincent Gallo, defending it as "romantic" and "beautiful", as opposed to gratuitous. 

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The star explained her reactions to the reviews from Cannes Film Festival, by discussing how natural and intimate the scene is. Furthermore, she expressed dismay to the controversy it sparked, arguing: "I'm really angry at the way everyone's trivialising it. It's a really intense romantic scene, really beautiful. It's not gratuitous, it's deep. I do it in everyday life. Everybody's done it, or had it done to them."

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Chloe Sevigny

Date of birth

18th November, 1974

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.73


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Chloe Sevigny Movies

The Snowman Movie Review

The Snowman Movie Review

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The Snowman Trailer

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Harry Hole is an experienced detective who comes across one of the strangest murder cases...

Beatriz At Dinner Trailer

Beatriz At Dinner Trailer

Beatriz is a holistic healer trained in massage, reiki and other therapies who is invited...

Love and Friendship Trailer

Love and Friendship Trailer

Lady Susan has a reputation that precedes her. She's a professional flirt who men flock...

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Love & Friendship Movie Review

Love & Friendship Movie Review

Acclaimed filmmaker Whit Stillman reunites the stars of his 1998 drama The Last Days of...

Little Accidents Movie Review

Little Accidents Movie Review

With a strikingly unflinching eye, newcomer Sara Colangelo astutely adapts her 2010 short into an...

Lovelace Trailer

Lovelace Trailer

Linda Lovelace was a hugely successful pornographic actress who hit global stardom with her 1972...

Mr Nice Movie Review

Mr Nice Movie Review

The life of notorious drug smuggler Howard Marks hits the big screen in a lively,...

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done Movie Review

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done Movie Review

There's no way that combining the geniuses of producer David Lynch and director Werner Herzog...

Mr. Nice Trailer

Mr. Nice Trailer

In the 1970's Howard Marks was one of the biggest weed smugglers in the world...

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