The canine is of all plans in the adaptation version 2020 of the novel by Jack London. For more fidelity to the original novel, it is digital
After winning the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or in May 2019, Bong Joon-ho had a successful year. His seventh feature, Parasite, ended up winning four Oscars – to everyone’s surprise, including mine, even though I never hid my admiration for the Korean filmmaker. The Cannes effect, for once, worked perfectly. On the other hand, what has become of Sayuri, who, in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, plays the role, alongside Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, of Brandy?
You don’t remember Sayuri? It is this amstaff that will savagely attack, in the bloody finale of Quentin Tarantino’s film, members of the disastrous “family” of Charles Manson. And on the Croisette, while Bong was brandishing his Palme d’Or, Sayuri was awarded the Palme Dog, an alternative prize since 2001 saluting the best canine performance. Nine years ago, Uggie was crowned – you know, that jack russell essential to Jean Dujardin in The Artist . In 2016, sadder, the price was posthumous: formidable in Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson , Nellie the bulldog died shortly after filming.