Jennifer Lawrence Is A Deadly Russian Assassin In Red Sparrow's New Trailer

by Sophie Craig January 9, 2018, 0:29
Jennifer Lawrence Is A Deadly Russian Assassin In Red Sparrow's New Trailer

When she suffers a career-ending injury, Dominika and her mother are facing a bleak and uncertain future. "To see her transform in a fearless way and truly push herself into a new territory has been one of the most exciting things about this project". She takes out a man in the shower using a faucet!

Based on a novel by Jason Matthews, "Red Sparrow" casts Ms. Lawrence as Dominika Egorova, a Russian ballerina forced to become a student at the Sparrow School, which trains young people to seduce and betray enemy operatives. However, with this recent trailer focusing on Jennifer Lawrence's character, Dominika Egorova, let's see if this is something we're interested in beyond the obvious similarity to our favorite Marvel spy. After much torture and the "sadistic training process" of the Sparrow School, Dominika comes out the most risky Sparrow the school has ever produced. We learn the girl is not a willing evil agent of the Soviet Union - she is manipulated into covert operations by way of a misleading promise from the government to help her sick mother.

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It's not a awful accent, though it's clear why the first trailer wanted to focus on the eerie visuals and the wordless chemistry between Lawrence and Joel Edgerton's American CIA agent. And a Russian saying, "If she is compromised, she will be eliminated". She is tasked to kill a Central Intelligence Agency agent Nathaniel Nash (Joel Edgerton) when they end up falling for each other. Once she's in the sparrow program, however, Dominika finds the real battle isn't for country - it's to retain her soul, as the program tries to strip it away from her. I just thought, 'I'll never do that again. Audiences responded to Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen in Hunger Games because she was a plucky survivor who ultimately became a hero in a larger sense.


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