Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell attended the London Film Festival to talk about their latest film The Killing Of A Sacred Deer.


Kidman wore an ankle-length Prada dress, with straps that fell down to her biceps. The gown was a shiny material and almost looked like it was made of tiny square mirrors sewn together.

The film by Yorgos Lanthimos debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival last month to rave reviews. It follows Farrell’s character Steven, a surgeon who must make a terrible sacrifice as his life begins to unravel. “There is very little that happens in Yorgos’ films or that happens by accident. There might be a moment captured on screen between actors that you can’t always prepare for or control, but he’s a very craft-conscious filmmaker,” Farrell said to a reporter on the red carpet, just as Kidman jumped behind him for a photobomb.

“I don’t think Yorgos sets out to make something disturbing, he sets to make a film that is a very strong vision of what he’s commenting on, in terms of the world and society and family and human beings,” Kidman adds.

See the trailer below.

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