Darren Aronofsky’s film “The Whale” had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
Darren Aronofsky’s psychological thriller “The Whale”, which chronicles the life of a reclusive man who is forced to live confined to his home due to severe obesity, received a standing ovation for six minutes during its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. The lead actor, Brendan Fraser, could not control his tears during the applause towards him.
In a video shared from the theater after the screening of the movie, it is seen that Fraser got emotional and greeted the audience. VarietyAccording to , Fraser tried to leave the hall at one point, but couldn’t because of the cheering of the crowd. It is said that Brendan Fraser, who is said to have given the best performance of his career with “The Whale”, will not leave empty-handed in the upcoming awards season.
Starting to rise in the 1990s and dated 1999″MummyEngraved in memory as an unforgettable name in Hollywood of that period with the movie “, Fraser returns to the big screen with prestigious films from which he stayed away. Besides Aronofsky’s “The Whale”, he also starred in Martin Scorsese’s “The Killers of the Flower Moon”. Fraser, Warner BrosShe played the character of Firefly in the movie “Batgirl”, which was shelved.
Exciting fans with his comeback, the 54-year-old actor plays Charlie, a 270-pound lone man, in “The Whale.” Leaving his family years ago for his gay lover, Charlie has to confront mental and physical health problems as well as problems from his past as he tries to reconnect with his 17-year-old daughter.Stranger Things’ starring Sadie Sink.