"You know, I’ve often wondered why it is we have children… and the conclusion I’ve come to is: we want someone to get it right this time. But not me. Personally speaking, I can’t wait to watch life tear you apart."
Nicole Kidman as Evie - Stoker
The Film Festival of New York today do honors to the career of Hollywood star Nicole Kidman for her roles “complex and challenging”, at Alice Tully Hall theater in the Big Apple.
The Australian actress is “one of the best contemporary actresses for his outstanding performance and his appearances bold”, said in a statement the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which was “very happy to honor her with a tribute like this.”
The ceremony will include a conversation with Kidman and subsequently released for the first time in the United States his latest movie, “The Paperboy” directed by Lee Daniels, who was nominated for an Oscar for “Precious”.
The Lincoln Center highlighted the performances of Kidman in “To Die For” (1995), which served to “break through” into the “provocative” Dogville “,” Lars Von Trier (2003), in “Eyes Wide Shut” , Stanley Kubrick (1999), and her portrayal of writer Virginia Woolf in “the Hours” by Stephen Daldry (2002), for which he won an Oscar.
"Such an honor to be included in these group of nominees. Am so excited to go to my first Emmy awards. Nic xx"
by Nicole Kidman (19/07/2012)