anti-heroine


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anti-heroine

[ˈæntɪˈherəʊɪn] Nantiheroína f
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The London-born star returned to Scotland recently for a special appearance at the Edinburgh International Television Festival to reveal that heartbroken anti-heroine Fleabag is returning for a second series.
Classic anti-heroine Becky Sharp is returning to our screens as ITV launches its version of William Makepeace Thackeray's 19th century literary masterpiece Vanity Fair.
This serial has definitely provided the lead characters with breakthrough roles and probably for the first time in her career, ravishing Hania Amir is playing the role of an anti-heroine while the Ali Abbasi has been assigned to appear as the rejected meek husband.
A pill-popping insomniac with trump cards up her designer label sleeves, she's a delicious anti-heroine for a modern age of appearancedriven politics - someone to secretly root for as she unapologetically wrecks lives in her relentless pursuit of glory.
Manon" is a sensual tragic opera with a haunting score and mesmerising storyline and herein lies its essence; what makes the four-hour production so strong is the solid backbone of the plot, which charts the fall of lovely yet somewhat anti-heroine Manon.
Similarly divided between its married protagonists is "Gone Girl" (David Fincher's second "Girl" movie in a row, incidentally), whose gender politics have stirred no end of debate: Is Rosamund Pike playing a righteous anti-heroine or a freakish misogynist construct?
tells the story of three friends--an explosives expert, a sniper, and a torturer--whose lives are transformed by their involvement in a civil war in an unnamed Arab country, and by their relationship with the novel's anti-heroine, Salaam.
I sat absolutely spellbound throughout most of this movie, until I realized that there wouldn't be any salvation for Woody's Jasmine, or "Blanche,'' just as there was only pity left for Tennessee's anti-heroine.
It traces from start to finish the strange life of poor, plain Macabea--who our unnamed writer-narrator describes as being "cold coffee"--an unloved girl from Rio, a Brazilian anti-heroine.
There, at war with the Arabs, she commits a crime against another Jewagain, one who loves herthat makes her an anti-heroine in her own eyes, even as she lies about it.
Charlize Theron - with what might be a career best performance - is Mavis Gary, the movie's anti-heroine, an unhappy alky writing teen fiction.