The Guardian

By May 25, 2015Nat-news

Natalie is on the cover of The Guardian for an interview piece out of Cannes. Thankfully the online version is already up and can be viewed here.

Natalie Portman in The Guardian

It’s clear that Portman, with her record of support for a range of impeccably liberal causes (from poverty to animal rights to, um, vegan shoes), has the best of intentions; Israel’s rightward march in recent years seems as much to her distaste as anyone else’s. “You look at your country and it’s not what you want it to be,” she says. “It’s not what you wish it could be. But of course we have to strive for what could be, but also live with what exists, and what is, and be pragmatic.

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  • Jordy Desmet says:

    Do you remember the time of “leon”?… It’s not so long ago and as far as I’m concerned, you’re still that bueatiful, radiant girl as in the movie… I’m going to have a last coffee now before going to bed coz I had too much wine too… x… good night!

  • Rory Paul says:

    It’s kind of funny how all of the people in the comments section are hating on Natalie for supposedly supporting the Israeli government and Israel’s settlements in the west bank. They conveniently ignore her recent (and pretty vocal) condemnation of Netanyahu and her friendship with Oz (who is one of the most vocal critics of Israel’s occupation of the west bank). Congrats, the internet!

  • piter says:

    super web…
    the film is very well known and I would give an Oscar…. 😀