Cate Blanchett's fashion at the premiere of Woody Allen's social-critical comedy 'Blue Jasmine'
Today on 26 July 2013, the release of Woody Allen's new drama-comedy 'Blue Jasmine' starts in US (August in EU). Cate Blanchett plays 'Jasmine' - a woman who lost all her possessions. The comedy with references to the split in today's society (super rich - poor middle class) leads from elegant New Yorker society to working class in San Francisco. For the Wall Street Journal, the movie is one of Woody Allen's "strongest work in many years".
fig. original: Earlier this week on 22 July 2013, the Australian actress visited the premiere of 'Blue Jasmine' at MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York. The photo shows Cate Blanchett together with actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. She is dressed in Balenciaga custom-made blush dress and shoes with jewellery in white gold and diamonds from Van Cleef & Arpels; the actress selected for her outfit 'Socrate' earrings and the 'Socrate' Between The Finger ring. Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images Entertainment; (C) 2013 Getty Images.
Video trailer for the drama-comedy 'Blue Jasmine', written and directed by Woody Allen, starring Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin... Team information on bluejasminefilm.com.
The story is about the life crisis of elegant Jasmine (Cate Blanchett) who lost her money and her man. She moves from New York to San Francisco where Jasmine lives in her sister's modest apartment while trying to put the pieces of her life together again. The international release of 'Blue Jasmine' starts on 26 July 2013 in US, in August in Europe...
Read the first reviews online such as on Wall Street Journal which describes the movie's references to the split in today's society (superwealthy and working class) as an 'anatomy of a nation' and entitles 'Blue Jasmine' as Woody Allen's "strongest work in many years". Wall Street Journal states that the performance of "Cate Blanchett tops anything she's done in the past with her portrait of a fallen woman who's a hoot, a horror, a heartbreaker and a wonder."
Source: Original article with image and video on http://www.fashionoffice.org/culture/2013/vancleefarpels7-2013.htm.
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