Tag: abbie cornish movies
After a few minor roles in her native Australia ingenue, actress Abbie Cornish achieved instant fame Down Under with a hypnotic, evocative lead performance, and multi-layers in the director Cate Shortland Somersault well received psychological drama. The film – a young and fragile woman who is completely out of balance while trying to build a new life for herself in a snowy town in Australia – speaks volumes about the raw capacity of Cornwall and foreshadows a long and successful career for playwright youth.
She has reinforced these concepts with a twist just as demanding and harrowing as an art student who slips back into addiction to heroin in candy rightly hailed Neil Armfield (2005). Dissatisfied with the limitations of the Australian film industry, Cornwall, then jumped ship and went to Hollywood, where she discussed supporting roles in features such as 2006 A Good Year (opposite fellow Aussie Russell Crowe) and the period of 2007 pieces Elizabeth: The Golden Age.