Uma Thurman makes her comeback with ‘Nymphomaniac: Vol 2’.
Uma Thurman took a break to raise her baby; the latest news suggests that the legendary actress is aiming to resume her acting career. She will star in ‘Nymphomaniac: Vol. 2’, a film directed by Lars von Trier. Fans are expecting this to be in collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, given Uma Thurman’s acting history. Uma Thurman’s radiant disposition and overwhelming aura is one that is unique in Hollywood thus her comeback entails good news for all. The screening of ‘Nymphomaniac: Vol 2’ is expected to take place on April 4th in most of the major cinemas. Thurman reveals that previously she felt that everything seemed to get to her and even called herself ‘thin-skinned’.
Lately it is perceived that the actress is even more confident and self-assured than before. In regards with her role in the film, Uma Thurman plays a cheating victim who stands up to confront her husband as well as his mistress. Her monologue is expected to leave the audience with goose bumps, reveling in the deep emotion her character reveals. Uma Thurman also seems to engage with witty lines while proclaiming her monologue and exits by emitting a Shakespearean scream. This appears to be her only scene in the film regardless of which it is significant as the scene directs the film’s moral trajectory from determined nihilism to a poignant aftermath.
Uma Thurman is a dynamic actress which is reflected through the latest years of her career as an actress. The actress claims that she has become more relaxed as previously she doesn’t recall even allowing herself to look forward to certain instances. The previous anxiety and self-doubt is now almost alien to this talented actress. Her latest film, the sequel to ‘Nymphomaniac: Vol I’ revolves around the coming-of-age story of a sexually compulsive woman. Weeks after she had given birth to her baby, Von Trier contacted Uma Thurman in order to get her interested in the film and has been able to include her thereupon.
Source: LA Times
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