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“I believe in sisterhood. We are sisters in the world and we have to support each other”

The new year is looking good for Nicole Kidman. In yet another career renaissance, an Oscar buzz is building about her new film, Destroyer. She shares her love of complex roles, feminism and fun

Nicole Kidman

There’s something about Nicole Kidman’s feverish stare in Destroyer that draws a striking parallel with her Academy Award-winning performance in 2002’s The Hours. Perhaps that’s why the Oscar excitement around her latest performance is gaining momentum – this project unleashes the full force of Kidman as a truly gifted character actress.

If the past couple of years are anything to go by, Kidman’s willingness to do away with the crystalline veneer of Hollywood in order to immerse herself in bold, soul-baring, and occasionally brutal, roles is apparent. From Big Little Lies to The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, The Beguiled and now Destroyer, the Kidman of recent times is relishing every opportunity to explore the most enthralling and dark recesses of human existence. ‘I love complexity,’ she agrees. ‘I love that we can see the shattered side of people; I love that life isn’t explained in a sentence or a soundbite; that we have to digest things and people don’t always behave well.’

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