Jodie Foster: “I like to talk about politics, but I hate political cinema”

SEEN FROM ELSEWHERE – With Designated guilty, which has already won her the Golden Globe, the actress is on her way to her third Oscar for her portrayal of the lawyer for a Guantanamo prisoner.

By Gregorio Belinchón (El País)

As soon as the connection is activated, Jodie Foster (born in Los Angeles, 58 years old) appears with a grimace. A funny, almost childish mimic that goes well with his pure gamer-style headset, but less so with his messy gray hair. She must have seen herself on the screen. Her look of surprise having been detected, she greets with a smile, then starts the conversation with her usual courtesy. Foster appearances are rare, not because she shuns the press, but because her activities are carefully chosen: in the last two decades, she has only made twelve films, five of which are in the last ten years.

Designated guilty, in which she plays the lawyer of an inmate of the American prison of Guantanamo brings her back to the poster – in Spain, the film will be released next Friday in cinemas and on platforms – and on the charts, with a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. However,

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