Manifesto

Cate Blanchett Borrowed a Technique From Terrence Malick To Make ‘Manifesto’
Cate Blanchett Borrowed a Technique From Terrence Malick To Make ‘Manifesto’
Cate Blanchett is the type of actress that continues to mesmerize and surprise us. She can give dramatic performances as riveting as ones in Blue Jasmine and Carol, transform into a decadent menace as Cinderella’s evil stepmother, then play a Marvel villain in Thor: Ragnarok. But in case you’re not totally sold on Blanchett’s otherworldly versatility, her latest film will seal the deal.
‘Manifesto’ Review: Cate Blanchett Delivers a Tour de Force Performance, 13 Times
‘Manifesto’ Review: Cate Blanchett Delivers a Tour de Force Performance, 13 Times
Cate Blanchett is a force unlike any other on screen. Over the years we’ve watched her bring her vivacity to characters like Galadriel, Bob Dylan, Katherine Hepburn, Carol Aird, and Queen Elizabeth I. If it wasn’t already clear that Blanchett is one of the greatest actors of our time, then Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto will be living proof of her ability to transform into any character she sets her sights on.