Natalie’s Second Film As Director

According to Collider, Natalie is nearing a deal to direct an untitled film about Esther and Pauline Friedman, identical twin sisters who are better known as the writers behind the syndicated Ann Landers and Dear Abby advice columns, and she also plans to tackle both roles:

If this project is confirmed, it would be the second film as director of Natalie, after “A Tale of Love and Darkness”.

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Review: A Tale of Love and Darkness

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A couple months back I finally caught Natalie Portman’s feature directorial (and writing) debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness. The fact that it’s taken me this long to post anything says that a) I’ve been busy and b) I don’t have much to say.

A Tale of Love and Darkness

It’s a sincere and accomplished film that, to me at least, didn’t feel like it came from a first-time filmmaker. But like Natalie’s character, it feels somewhat removed and distant. I felt like an observer the whole time, never drawn into the story or characters.
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Natalie On WSJ Cafe

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  Natalie made another media appearance, this time for the Wall Street Journal Cafe, to promote ATOLAD. By now you might feel like you've heard enough about that project, so…

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Portmanin!

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  No word yet on when the U.S. will get a chance to see Natalie's feature directing and writing debut, A Tale Of Love And Darkness, but it looks like…

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ATOLAD Updates

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  Natalie's directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, has already seen a trailer emerge. Now there is a new version with English subtitles and new music. As a…

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More From Poland

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  More photos have emerged from the Film Spring Open and by clicking the thumnbail below you will see them at the official Film Spring Open Facebook page. A big…

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Film Spring Open

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  As expected, Natalie is in Poland this weekend for the Film Spring Open. She was invited by her cinematographer on ATOLAD, Slawomir Idziak, and you can see the them…

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