‘Sin City’ Siren Eva Green on Her Sexy, Bloody Comeback
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Born July 5th, , Eva Green eventually became a rare example of an actress who begun her career well into her adult life. Her first feature-film role was the female lead in Bernardo Bertolucci's erotic drama The Dreamers, when she was The young actress was praised for her tremendous presence onscreen, and the delicateness with which she portrayed both fierceness and vulnerability. Audiences, perhaps inescapably, also noted her exquisite beauty, as well as the ease with which she brought her own sensuality to the sexually charged film, never compromising her character in the process. Achieving such exposure so to speak at the very beginning of her film career, Green was in no hurry to become a superstar.
The film earned an NC rating for its graphic depiction of the sexual relationship between the siblings and Michael Pitt's Matthew, an American exchange student staying with them, who begins a relationship with Isabelle. Photo courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures. In Rise of an Empire , the follow-up to 's , Green plays a vengeful naval commander named Artemisia who seduces Athenian general Themistocles. Photo courtesy Warner Bros. The Sundance-approved film Perfect Sense features a steamy scene between Green's character, an epidemiologist named Susan, and Ewan McGregor's character Michael, a chef.
T here are few experiences in modern cinema quite as intoxicating as watching Eva Green behaving badly. Whether she's an American housewife on the verge of a nervous breakdown in White Bird in a Blizzard, or fixing those deep turquoise eyes on her oppressors in the revenge western The Salvation, or wrestling demons in the TV series Penny Dreadful, it's impossible to tear your gaze away. Green is an enigma, hiding in plain sight. She's a femme fatale with as many female admirers as male ones, a Bond girl who all but ate Bond for breakfast. Onscreen nudity is no big deal for her as it tends not to be for French actresses yet somehow, the more she reveals, the more enigmatic she becomes.