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Archive for the ‘Public Appearances’ Category
  Frederik     October 16, 2012     Comment?

Yesterday, Noomi has been spotted at the Charles Finch & Chopard Dinner, which is part of the BFI London Film Festival. Pictures have been added to the gallery.

  Frederik     October 12, 2012     Comment?

Noomi Rapace was a prerequisite to Chanel’s ‘Little Black Jacket’ event in London, last night. The event was to celebrate the launch of an exhibition of photos of different people wearing Chanel’s iconic ‘Little Black Jacket’, at the Saachi Gallery in London. Pictures can found in the gallery.

  Frederik     September 18, 2012     Comment?

Also yesterday, Noomi sat at the front row of Mark Fast’s show at the London Fashion Week. Pictures have been added to the gallery, alongside some additions from the Antonio Berardi show.

  Frederik     September 17, 2012     Comment?

Today, Noomi has been a guest at the London Fashion Week attending the front row for Antonio Berardi. Pictures can be found in the gallery.

  Frederik     September 16, 2012     Comment?

This week, Noomi has been a guest at the London party by Dazed and Confused for the 75th anniversary of Ray Ban. Have a look at the pictures in the gallery.

  Frederik     September 08, 2012     1 Comment

Over 100 additional pictures of Noomi’s appearance at this year’s Venice Film Festival, to celebrate the world-premiere of Brian De Palma’s “Passion”, have been added to the gallery. More information, reviews and videos can be found below.


The first reviews are coming in as well. De Palma a la Mod has a wonderful collection of reviews that give more insight on the film. A few excerpts are below, please beware of spoilers. The Hollywood Reporter‘s Neil Young calls Passion a “convoluted Euro-thriller” that “represents a disappointingly anaemic stab at a comeback from Brian De Palma.” Young suggests that while the star presence of Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace should garner distribution in the U.S., the film is likely headed for cult status. Regarding Karoline Herfurth’s character, Young writes, “the emergence of Dani in the picture’s second half ranks alongside the script’s few welcome surprises.” Young adds, “By this point, however, proceedings have taken a wayward turn down some unfortunate dead-end alleyways. A grisly murder, the ensuing police investigation – featuring some blundering but impeccably Anglophone cops – and the questionable mental state of a key character are cues for De Palma and his veteran Spanish cinematographer José Luis Alcaine to unleash all manner of distorted lighting-effects and camera-angles.” Screen Daily‘s Lee Marshall feels that “De Palma glues together what feel like two different films in the remake [of Love Crime]: a female rivalry drama-thriller, and a murder mystery. And although the exercise carries an undertow of tongue-in-cheek pastiche, this is so inconsistently applied that if feels like an escape clause.” Marshall appreciates Donaggio’s score, “with its nods at seventies and eighties Italo genre fare,” but is unimpressed with the split-screen sequence, calling it “a waste of the technique, as there is little dramatic or thematic connection between what we see on each side of the split.” Marshall also writes that some of the dialogue provoked bursts of laughter during the press screening.

Additionally, two clips from the festival have been added to the video archive – the press conference (a compilation of about 15 minutes) and the premiere for the film. Regarding the press conference, please be aware of spoilers as well.

  Frederik     September 07, 2012     Comment?

Today, “Passion” has had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Noomi and director Brian De Palma were in attendance and a first batch of pictures have been added. The new albums includes images from the photocall, a sighting at Lancia Cafe as well as the film’s gala premiere. More pictures and videos will follow with the next update.