“Night Moves” at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival
Posted by Madison on September 29th, 2013
Saturday was a busy one for Dakota! In the morning she left her hotel to meet with the press to promote Night Moves, and attended the premiere and a Q&A session in the evening. Pictures from the events can be found in the gallery!
The true story of Hollywood actor Errol Flynn (Kevin Kline), his young girlfriend actress Beverly Aadland and her mother, Florence Aadland (Susan Sarandon), during the final two years of his life until his death in 1959.
Ronnie and Alice (Danielle Macdonald) are convicted of the murder of an infant as 11-year-olds. Seven years later, children start to go missing upon their release. The mystery surrounding the original murder comes back to haunt those involved in the case.
A biographical film which explores the unconventional relationship involving Victorian art critic John Ruskin (Greg Wise), his teenage bride Euphemia "Effie" Gray, and Pre-Raphaelite artist John Everett Millais (Tom Sturridge).
Susannah Cahalan wakes up in hospital, strapped to her bed unable to move or speak with no memory of how she got there. A biopic which tells of Susannah's struggle with a rare autoimmune disease and her recovery.
Set in 1968, Seymour and Dawn (Ewan McGregor and Jennifer Connelly) Levov's daughter Merry, once a loving, quick-witted girl is now a sullen, fanatical teenager, capable of an outlandishly savage act of political terrorism.
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Dakota and Elle
We never talk about films, ever - it's just something we don't do. I feel like we're very different in that way. And we like being able to make our own decisions, because then it feels like our (own) thing. So when we talk it's always just about normal stuff. I never read her scripts and she never reads mine. And that's exciting, because she doesn't know anything about "Maleficent," so when she goes to see it she'll really be an audience member and can really tell me how she feels. And I'm so excited to see her "Night Moves," too, because I know she had a fun time doing that, and it was very realistic.
We've always said that our dream roles would to be in a movie together, because I've played her at a younger age, but never really on screen opposite her, talking to one another. But it would have to be something perfect. I love sad movies, so it would be cool to do a drama with her and really go (someplace deep).