Nicole Kidman has 4 films at Cannes; welcomes challenges

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For the photocall of her new movie The Killing of the Sacred Deer, the Oscar victor wore an embellished detail filled print dress with emerald green sandal heels. Now, Nicole opens up about the Yorgos Lanthimos written and directed thriller, revealing the real reason she keeps her creative life separate from her family life.

But Aussie actress Nicole Kidman has brought her A-game this year, just unveiling what may be her best outfit ever. "You really have to be able to give yourself over to the process, and be willing to be changed and be molded".

It is a unusual, hallucinatory film, one of two in which Kidman plays opposite Irish actor Colin Farrell; the other is Sofia Coppola's Beguiled, screening on Wednesday.

"I caught a train and sat in a dark theater with about three other people in an art cinema in Australia on a huge screen, and watched that film, and went, 'Wow, '" Kidman said. And I don't think this is going to slow down any time soon, I believe this is just the beginning. I always say an actor can not be a control freak.

Actresses Elle Fanning, right, and Nicole Kidman embrace upon departure after the screening of the film How To Talk To Girls At Parties at the 70th global film festival, Cannes, southern France, Sunday, May 21, 2017.

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Mentors who will protect and guide young actors through their career are important, she said. "I love that and I will always love that and I am committed to it". "If you can find your truth, from inside you, that is probably the safest place to operate from".

However, it was in keeping with their new movie, How To Talk To Girls At Parties, in which they unleash their inner rebels.

Her choices are not so safe. 22/05/2017. (L-R) Cast members Barry Keoghan, Raffey Cassidy, director Yorgos Lanthimos, cast members Sunny Suljic, Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, producer Ed Guiney, and actor Andrew Lowe pose. "I've found a way back to it".

"In terms of pushing the boundaries, I want to support people who are trying different things or who have a very, very unique filmmaking style or who are first-time filmmakers who can't get things made", Kidman added.