Its nice to see that Natalie Portman's breadth of comedy skills extends beyond such cinematic fails as "No Stings Attached" (for all of you that liked it I apologize but come on, really?). The actress proved her comedic chops further, alongside fellow Academy Awards nominee for Best Actress Michelle Williams in In a satirical short conceived by artist Francesco Vezzoli and directed by Roman Polanski.
In the film, the actresses mock the type of sensual melodrama that's typically seen in fragrance ads by fighting ruthlessly over an over-sized perfume bottle called Greed. Set in an elegant boudoir and with the crescendo of classical piano punctuating the escalating situation as they women become more and more maddened, the film is at once delicately artful and just plain hilarious.
The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, or MOCA, is currently featuringthe film, entitled Greed, A New Fragrance by Francesco Vezzoli, on their website so tune in and have yourself as little chuckle. Don't you just love when great actresses have a sense of humor?
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