Every day, AlloCiné recommends watching a movie (again) on TV. Tonight: Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and Constance Wu star as strippers ripping off their wealthy clientele.
In 2016, a film adaptation based on the article “Hustlers at ScoresPosted by Jessica Pressler in New York Magazine. This article tells the true story of a group of strippers in New York who defrauded several Wall Street clients. Jennifer Lopez joined the project as an actress and producer. At the same time, Lorene Scafaria was hired to write the script. The latter is also vying for the directorial role against Martin Scorsese and Adam McKay.
The movie called Queens was released in 2019. If it shows the world already widely represented in film and television, this time it takes the point of view of strip dancers. Like the original article, the feature film highlights female protagonists who struggle to support themselves, suffer through economic upheaval, and constantly face prejudices about their profession.
Jennifer Lopez, who auditioned for the role of the heroine of Showgirls in 1996, is seeking revenge. The star finally ditches the romantic comedy genre for a sensual and brutal film that gives pride of place to female solidarity. on its production, queens It received mostly positive reviews, especially for Jennifer Lopez’s performance, which many critics consider to be the best of her career. Along with SAG Award and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actor, he is also nominated for a Repentant Award at the Razzie Awards.
queens Lorene Scafaria with Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles…
from the age of 10
Tonight on TF1 Séries Films at 9pm.
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