At the Venice Film Festival to present the film Don’t Worry Darling, Haryy Styles spoke with director Olivia Wilde about the meaning of the film, between women’s rights and to distinguish our digital life from the offline one.
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde arrived on separate taxi-boats, they are distant during the usual photos and also at the table of the press conference of their film, “Don’t worry darling” (world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and in cinemas from 22 September).
Between one controversy and the other that has invested the film, to which is added the turbulent cause of custody of the two children with the ex Jason Sudeikis, the actress – and in this case also the director – tries to dodge the blows.
Harry Styles at the premier of “Don’t worry Darling“
Harry Styles knows very well that he is the main attraction of the whole festival and, as much as I try to keep a low profile, this couple’s outing has attracted attention from all over the world and fans from all over Europe., crowded outside the Palazzo del Cinema del Lido already the day before the red carpet.
There is a small community of the sixties that live a happy existence: always shines, the houses are polished, the women always have impeccable style and the husbands hold the reins of marriage.
Nothing is as it seems and Jake’s (Harry Styles) marriage to Alice (Florence Pugh) starts to creak after a few awareness gains from her.
Olivia Wilde plays the couple’s neighbor and directs a picture full of shadows, a metaphor for our days.
She wants to be provocative, she says, and talk about abuse, equality, beauty, and chaos.
The antidote to isolation, according to the actor, pop star, and former One Direction (now 28 years old), is all in the social network:
The film focuses on the idea that only perfection can lead to happiness, but he hardly believes in it: