Natalie Portman's New Movies

Jackie0%Jackie
8Our
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1:40:00

Storyline:When John F. Kennedy (Caspar Phillipson) takes office as the 35th President of the United States of America in January 1961, Jacqueline "Jackie" Kennedy (Natalie Portman) becomes First Lady. In her role as President, Jackie Kennedy soon becomes an idol to a generation through her sophistication, beauty and elegance, becoming a living legend that transforms the White House into a place of glamor. But the dream come true on November 22, 1963, when John F. Kennedy is shot dead in Dallas during a drive through the city. Jackie must witness the death of her husband first hand and then tries to fight through the deep sadness, to be there for their children and to save the legacy of her husband. The biopic of Pablo Larraín focuses mainly on an interview with Jackie Kennedy in Time Magazine, which took place only a week after the murder of John F. Kennedy in Hyannis Port, the family summer residence. In this, she remembers not only the assassination itself, but also her return to the White House, the preparations for the funeral of her husband and the burial at the Arlington National Cemetery, where she accompanied his coffin.

Song to Song0%Song to Song
8Our
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2:09:00

Storyline:At a party of influential producer and music mogul Cook (Michael Fassbender), hopeful up and coming musicians Faye (Rooney Mara) and BV (Ryan Gosling) get to know each other. Faye has recently started an affair with Cook in the hope of better career prospects, and BV is Cook's latest discovery, but they are still starting a relationship - but without BV knowing about Faye and Cook. But the love triangle does not last long, because Cook gets to know the waitress Rhonda (Natalie Portman) and seduces her. But when BV learns about Faye's past with Cook, they split up. But in the lively music scene of Austin, the two quickly find a new love: BV gets to know the also freshly separated Amanda (Cate Blanchett), while Faye begins a relationship with the French Zoey (Bérénice Marlohe).