Screen beauty Nicole Kidman will work with maverick director Lars Von Trier again for the final part of his cinematic trilogy – despite dubbing the making of his 2003 film Dogville her “craziest” movie experience.
The Oscar-winning Australian refused to embark on the second movie, Manderlay – which Von Trier has been promoting at the Cannes Film Festival – because she feared the gruelling shooting schedule would mean she’d “never see (her) two kids”.
But she’s been persuaded back to work on the final film, entitled Washington, which is set to shoot next year.
She quips: “I’m going back for more. Do you think I’m mad? It was the wildest and craziest film I’ve ever done, but at least Lars is an original and he takes me places I’d never usually go, in terms of performance.”