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TÁR - Official Trailer [HD] - In Select Theaters October 7

  • Опубліковано 27 вер 2022
  • If you want to dance the mask, you must service the composer.
    Watch the new trailer for Todd Field's TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett - in select theaters October 7.
    Director/Writer: Todd Field
    Producers: Todd Field, Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert
    Cast: Cate Blanchett, Noémie Merlant, Nina Hoss, Sophie Kauer, Julian Glover, Allan Corduner, and Mark Strong
    Story: From producer-writer-director Todd Field comes TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett as the iconic musician Lydia Tár. TÁR examines the changing nature of power, its impact and durability in our modern world.
    Get Tickets Now: www.tarthefilmtickets.com/


  • beany weanie

    Cate received an 8 minute standing ovation in Venice for this film. She is a legend of her time, most film critics agree to this. As an actress she is completely fearless, and loses herself in each role she plays. I see her on screen and marvel at her talent. She's mesmerising and so is her voice - rich, deep, resonant. What a combination of skills!

  • Marta Induni
    Marta Induni 28 днів тому +126

    I've never seen anything like this movie. The script blew my mind - tying music, identity, and art - and the discourse around ego, cancellation, and value of beauty - brilliant. Cate Blanchett was compelling, mesmerizing, brilliant, and pioneering. No one else could have pulled this off at this level of excellence. Bravo, Maestro.

  • Amanda B
    Amanda B  +343

    Cate Blanchett is a true artist. Her filmography is so diverse. She is a master at the more serious roles, but isn’t afraid to dive into comedy. She is so well rounded and it’s not often an actor can play different genres so well!

  • Mick pummel

    If there is any working actor today who deserves more than 3 Oscars, it's Cate Blanchett. She's an acting legend and clear lock for best actress oscars 2023.

  • James K
    James K 14 днів тому +180

    “The narcissism of small differences leads to the most boring conformity.” She is correct folks.

  • Periscope 77

    I saw it last night, and Cate Blanchett continues to blow my mind with her powerful performances. Victim or villain? Her portrayal of the fictional character Lydia Tár and the film’s production values were all next level. Congratulations to everyone who worked on this incredible work of art!

  • rics
    rics  +477

    Having seen the film I can assure, you are in a treat for master class acting from Cate Blanchett. She completely operates on different level any actors would dare dream of. This is a nuanced character study that will nothing but astound you. Cate Blanchett is sure shot lock for win Best actress next year. Have not seen any performance that has surpassed her this year, male or female.

  • William Gregory

    I have seen a trend lately, to going back to ambiguous trailers, giving you a a taste of the movie without spoiling it. Giving the audience a chance to go and see a movie in the theatre, knowing what they saw, was not only compelling but intriguing, without knowing the overall story and I am loving every second of it. Count me in for this one.

  • David Dwyer
    David Dwyer 14 днів тому +25

    She should win the Oscar for that opening monologue alone. Outstanding performance. I couldn't keep my eyes off her every move and expression. I am now going to have to track down each and every performance she has ever done just so I can truly label myself as a fan.

  • Kelly Boekhout
    Kelly Boekhout 28 днів тому +27

    Calling her a gem would be a disservice to the perfection she gives out in every role. She's a masterpiece of an actress.

  • Miles Howard

    This movie is a masterpiece on several levels, not least of which are Cate Blanchett's transformational performance and Todd Field's long-awaited return to writing and directing. There are a lot of ways to read the movie but on a purely atmospheric note, I think it's the best horror movie of 2022 by a mile.

  • Who The Hell Are You!?!?!?

    Cate Blanchett is one of the finest actress of her generation, in the same level as other living actresses like Meryl Streep, Glenn Close and Frances McDormand. She's a chameleon in her movies, when she acts, you really don't see Cate be like "look at me I'm an actress yeay", no, she literally became the person that she's playing, she dissapeared to the role. According to the director, this movie only works if Cate accepted the role, the role was meant for Cate and honestly seeing this trailer already, Cate is definitely gonna give another career best performance

  • Malcolm
    Malcolm  +142

    Have had pleasure to watch this movie, Cate Blanchett is an undeniable force. Cleary best of her career. She even surpassed her performances in Elizabeth, Blue Jasmine, Carol. She looks front runner for upcoming Oscars.

  • Ginger Adventure

    I hope I can see it soon! I was in band/orchestra in HS as well as seeing some actual orchestras. I've been enjoying Nodame Contabile for over for 15+ years. I enjoy dramas that feature the orchestra not being just another character, accent, or theme, but being more.

  • S M V K
    S M V K 14 днів тому +7

    Cate Blanchett can be anything. She fits any role. She kills any genre. Another oscar is on the way. Damn, Cate is ma queen since i was teenager and still counting.

  • Tiffany Parkhomenko

    I watched the film yesterday, and it was amazing! Cate is more than deserving of a third Oscar. She didn’t just play Lydia Tár, she BECAME Lydia Tár.

  • smack daddy

    So many of my favorite memories from cinemas to Blockbuster include numerous Cate Blanchett films. She is still a queen.

  • ssas98
    ssas98 28 днів тому +2

    What an amazing movie! Cate Blanchett's performance is fantastic!

  • Axel Navarrete

    This brought a smile to my face. It blew my mind. I felt like i was taken on a ride of complete madness.

  • MorleyQ
    MorleyQ  +6

    Love that the list of accolades included the Cleveland Orchestra! It's a world-class orchestra, to be sure, but one that could have been overlooked when developing a fictional character.