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After premiering at Sundance in January, the film has made the round of global festivals, and was screening at the London Film Festival just as it opened in US cinemas. And then I realised actually that if a film doesn't grapple with this in a way that is compassionate and universal, then the thing she did is left to become reductive horror. Another story of an unlikely friendship, this film is even more wondrous and earnest, and also much more reliant on effects.
This is the true story of Christine Chubbuck, a 29-year-old journalist at a TV station in Florida who in 1974 shot herself in the head during a live newscast. Because that's how she appears on the internet, on every top ten most shocking list."Continue reading: Rebecca Hall Was Initially Taken Aback By The Christine Script For his adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, Steven Spielberg reunited with screenwriter Melissa Mathison, with whom he made E. But it's also hugely involving, with a terrific cast and of course a delightful story with a wry sense of humour.