Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

‘Poor Creatures’: The best film of the year will be available for streaming. When is the premiere?

“Poor Creatures” is the amazing story of the evolution of Bella Baxter (Emma Stone), a young woman who is brought back to life by the brilliant and unconventional scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Under his care, Bella is eager to learn everything again, but she also wants to experience life to the fullest.

In search of new experiences, he sets off on a turbulent and adventurous journey across continents in the company of a clever lawyer, Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo). Free from the prejudices of her times, Bella is determined to pursue her goal of fighting for equality and independence.

The film delighted the audience at festivals, but it also arouses controversy due to its amazing scenes. “When it seemed that everything in the cinema had already happened and it was difficult to surprise with anything, he comes in, all in white. Yorgos Lanthimos. A Greek director who, regardless of whether he shot films in his homeland or abroad for an American studio , has made originality and extremely unconventional thinking his hallmark. The latest proof of this “Poor creatures“The film captivated the Venetian audience, who gave it a standing ovation for over ten minutes, loudly chanting the director’s name,” he wrote in his reviews Kuba Armata on the Interia Film website

Critics especially note the main role. Emma Stone definitely gave the performance of a lifetime in Lanthimos’ film. “This role, both physically and emotionally, was certainly one of the biggest challenges in the actress’s career so far. Is another Oscar in the pipeline for Stone? It’s possible!” – wrote Kuba Armata. This is Emma Stone’s second meeting with the Greek creator. She had previously worked with him on a film “Favorite” – for this performance she was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting role.

The Oscars gala will take place on March 10. Then we will find out which of the 11 nominations for “Poor Creatures” will turn into a statuette. Lanthimos’ film will be available for streaming before the Oscars. According to information from Searchlight, the production will premiere on VOD on February 27. “Poor Creatures” will be available on Prime Video and Apple TV+. From March 12, you will be able to purchase your own copy of the Blu-ray or DVD.