Venus in Fur Hollywood Movie Review
The short plot outline for this film is so deceptive. In any case, you know it is Polanski, so normally something, presumably weird, will start to unfold.
Also, odd it is. This performer arrives canvassed in rain, hours late, and is not on the tryout list. However, with much influence, the chief, reluctantly, consents to do a few lines with her, and after she begins he starts to consider her important. He quits supposing she is a crazy person.
All of a sudden he gets the script and they are occupied with the lines. Be that as it may, as they practice the lines, they contend over trifling matters like the position of one of their characters, to the on-screen characters’ apparent misanthropic go up against the book.
In any case, as they contend, something maneuvers them once more into the story, and they are all of a sudden and right away back in character. It truly is a trek.