The reclusive auteur debuted "To the Wonder" at the Venice Film Festival in September , and though many critics gave his latest high marks, the film was also jeered. Wow, almost as courageous and commendable as kicking Gandhi in the face," wrote Variety critic Justin Chang on Twitter. Also, voice over: According to Deadline. Here's the monologue Bardem recites over the trailer in its entirety:.
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Anyone who says that actors are an afterthought in a Terrence Malick film are doing a serious injustice to the director and his work. It would be somewhat surprising to find A-listers queueing up to work with the filmmaker if he wasn't someone who worked well with his performers, and one doesn't have to think very hard to come up with memorable turns in his pictures — Sissy Spacek in " Badlands ," Richard Gere in " Days Of Heaven ," Jim Caviezel in " The Thin Red Line ," Q'orianka Kilcher in " The New World ," Hunter McCracken in " The Tree Of Life " — even if the landscape and imagery is just as important. So it was no surprise to learn when we sat down for roundtable interviews in Toronto earlier this week with Olga Kurylenko and Rachel McAdams , the female leads of the director's latest film " To the Wonder ," that both actresses had clearly loved working with Malick. Both are impressive in the film which we loved , bad buzz be damned , and it's clear from speaking to the pair that they adore the director and his methods, even if much of their dialogue ended up on the cutting room floor.
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W hat you need to know about buffalo, says Rachel McAdams , is that they aren't like cats or dogs or hamsters. Not just the size, or the lack of wagginess. It's their presence. Horses, too — I'm very intimidated by them, because they seem to have such a soul. It's almost like they can read your thoughts.