What a few pundits stated:
“‘A Fantastic Woman‘ is a splendid film: a lavishly others conscious, moving investigation of
somebody keeping alive the memory and the reality of adoration ” – The Guardian
“Vega’s intense, expressive, and quietly troubled execution merits far
more than political acclaim. It’s a multi-layered, sincerely polymorphous accomplishment
of acting ” – Variety
“Unobtrusive and delicate, A Fantastic Woman handles its opportune, touchy subject
matter with care”.
“It is ridiculous to limit the political motivation and import of ‘A Fantastic
Woman,’ or to universalize its particular, accurately watched delineation of
foul play. Marina’s encounters uncover a profoundly held bias barely constrained to
Chile. Be that as it may, Mr. Lelio and Ms. Vega are less put resources into her representative status than
in her living nearness. She has a charm that resists feel sorry for and a feeling of balance
that can be both scary and deplorable. Mentally canny and
socially mindful as the film may be, it is additionally imbued with secret and drama,
with brilliant hues and passionate shadows. .. its self evident reality song, and its
surface humility covers a boisterous, extreme soul ” – New York Times
Victor Silver Bear for best screenplay at the Berlin film celebration/Oscar for
Best Foreign Language Film and the sky is the limit from there
“There is something in particular about utilizing the artistic gadget as an apparatus to associate with
measurements of the world that you don’t know excessively well, you’re not very recognizable
with,” said Lelio. “It resembles a making a scaffold, or a spaceship to make a trip to the
On meeting Daniela Vega, “She made me suggest the conversation starter, ‘What is a
woman?’ “. He composed the undertaking in light of her. “I would not like to make an
simple acting or sentiment,” he said. “I imagine that left the procedure of
knowing Daniela and attempting to make a gadget that could be as mind boggling and
excellent as its focal character.”
Daniela Vega is given a role as Marina ‘Una Mujer Fantastica ‘of the title. Her name is
reverberated in the water themes that course through the film; from the stormy
seascape that enhances the mass of her room, to the eerie melody (“time
continues streaming like a waterway to the ocean”) to which she hits the dance floor with her adoration.
Different mirrors possess large amounts of a great many edges over and over reflecting
her.Cinematographer Benjamín Echazarreta has set Daniela Vega at the
focus of each casing, her face, the back of her neck, her full body. As she
strolls the roads of Santiago she is seen from behind, from over the
road, the camera moving with her as she strolls past a building site, or
along a square of customer facing facades. She is normally alone in the edge.
The film opens with sentiment and music however the style of the film is liquid,
moving from present day sentiment through social-pragmatist show to criminologist spine chiller, the
last motioned by the disclosure of a key. At a certain point the show shifts into
suspending melodic rhapsody, our courageous woman flying upward toward the camera; at
another point she is strangely and emblematically rocked by the power of the
wind against her. There are even looks at an apparition reflected in glass.
At the point when “A Fantastic Woman” brought home the Academy Award for Best Foreign
Language Film a year ago, it left a mark on the world twice: not exclusively was it the main Oscar
win for Chile, however the principal Oscar win for a film with a transgender entertainer in
the lead. Daniela Vega has now become a national champion in Chile and this
execution has been perceived with various universal acting honors.
Time magazine named her as one of the 100 most persuasive individuals in the
world in 2018. Because of the film a sexual orientation personality bill has climbed the
political motivation in Chile.
Sebastian Lelio and his comrades, producer Pablo Larraín (different movies
incorporate Neruda and Jackie) with his creating accomplice (and sibling) Juan de
Dios Larraín, presently remain as the original to restore Chilean film after it
was annihilated by the Pinochet system.
“The soundtrack blends Matthew Herbert’s delicious score, commanded by long
legato string expressions, with tunes that go about as a further critique on the
activity: Aretha Franklin’s (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman as Marina
restores Orlando’s vehicle to his ex; The Alan Parsons Project’s Time as Marina
what’s more, Orlando move after her birthday supper; Marina’s taking off version of
Geminiano Giacomelli’s 1734 Sposa child disprezzata aria described from the
perspective of a reliable however offended spouse, and the elevating Ombra mai fu aria
she sings from Handel’s Xerxes” Sight and Sound.