“Who are you waiting for?” early Monday afternoon The old American asked a group of teenagers on the street in front of the Sala Grande, the Venice Film Festival’s main theater in the Lido.
“Harry Style!” They were all chattering, purple umbrellas blocking the midday sun.
“Is he American?”
“English!” The girls said in unison.
“Can you sing one of his songs?”
Elena Bufalari, the oldest in
“Ah, yes, I think I know his music,” the man said.
And all three are “super excited” for Styles to follow his character back on screen in 767′ s Dunkirk
“I knew he’d do well,” Elena said. “Because he’s Harry Styles. “
If there were any doubts in the public’s mind that the pandemic was over, it was gone during this year’s Venice Film Festival. Since its opening in August , movie theaters are full, and despite announcements ahead of screenings strongly encouraging masks, almost no one is wearing them. Friday night Timothy Chalamet fans are obsessed with the first episode of Luca Guadagnino’s cannibal love story Movie
For this year’s edition – 31 th- festive mood is not just pre-pandemic “normal”. It’s as exciting and exciting as a Styles concert. Everyone – fans, media, executives and stars – is wearing their best, brightest fashion. So much glitter! Glasses filled with prosecco or champagne. So much hissing! Bars, cafes and food stalls all play upbeat music. So much dancing!
But it makes the movie more heavy. Baumbach’s