Natalie Portman’s latest flick, Vox Lux, sees her stepping into the sparkly shoes of a pop star whose career is on the decline.
It’s not all about Nat though, as the film begins in 1999 when a teenaged version of her character Celeste and her sister survive a “seismic, violent tragedy”, and sing a song about it.
We eventually flash forward to a grown up Celeste (Portman), whose successful pop career is faltering – and then another potentially life-changing event happens.
Making everything even more interesting is a score from the legendary Scott Walker, and songs from Sia.
Also starring Jude Law, Willem Dafoe and Jennifer Ehle, we don’t have a confirmed Australian release date for Vox Lux as yet.