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‘The Power Of The Dog’s Kirsten Dunst On Her SAG Nomination And How Thrilled She Was To Work With Her “Dream Director” Jane Campion

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As she woke up this morning, Kirsten Dunst was thrilled to learn that she’d received a SAG nomination. “To be nominated by your fellow actors, is just the greatest feeling,” Dunst says. “I just wish we could be together to celebrate.

That’s the only thing I hope, that I get to see everyone and we get to be together and have some fun.”Jane Campion’s adaptation of the Thomas Savage novel The Power of the Dog stars Benedict Cumberbatch stars as wealthy Montana rancher Phil Burbank.

Phil runs a ranch with his brother George (Jesse Plemons), whose decision to marry Rose (Kirsten Dunst) and raise her son Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee) causes turmoil between the brothers as Phil torments the mother and son.As Phil continues to torture Rose, she resorts to drinking to cope with the torment. “There was a very specific moment in the film where I do take my first drink,” says Dunst, “and it wasn’t written in the story.

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