Lawrence, who’s now dating “Mother!” director Darren Aronofsky, 48, said she didn’t always feel that way. Quite honestly it was all in for me the first five minutes of the film followed by all the subtle hint dropping throughout the film then, it turns into an experiment in torture (both of myself and the film’s characters).
Despite his bravado, the director, who is dating his leading lady Jennifer Lawrence, is struggling with the lack of acknowledgement for the technical effort that has gone into the project. I’m not sure if this is supposed to take place the way it is.
During that age, it was the time when her wish of becoming a mom was skyrocketing. I’m now weighing a fourth go-round with the movie, and don’t think I’d be bored in the slightest.
“It depicts the rape and torment of Mother Earth”, she said.
“I believed in the metaphor and the message that Darren wanted to get across”, she shared. On the day in which she was most looking forward to a little break in the tent, the Oscar victor ended up tearing her diaphragm and hyperventilating to the point where she needed oxygen.
The Hunger Games alum isn’t planning on it anytime soon!
Lawrence called the film an “assault” claiming it’s much darker than any of the film’s Aronofsky has made in the past (“Noah”, “Black Swan”, “Requiem for a Dream”).
She isn’t a mother in truth when the film starts, unless you consider the home she shares with her poet husband (“Him”) to be the child she’s in the midst of lovingly restoring to be the flawless home for the pair.
Fellow films to share the so-bad-it’s-almost-coveted F rating include Nicolas Cage’s “The Wicker Man”, Lindsay Lohan’s “I Know Who Killed Me” and Richard Kelly’s “The Box” – all of which bombed at the box office. In her interview with E! “She’s kind of in awe of this artist that she’s married to that she loves”. For instance, her co-star Javier Bardem had no clue who the Kardashians even were. News, actress Jennifer Lawrence had a very honest answer: “Imagine that the older I get the less I want, what begins to worry me …”
“It’s an assault. It’s really assaulting”, Lawrence continued, adding that she had to listen to Christmas music to calm down after shooting.
“Mother!” has been out in theaters last September 15.