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When we first see Fanny Robin, a minor character in “Far From the Madding Crowd,” she’s mooning over her handsome fiance (Tom Sturridge). When we next see her, she’s arriving for their wedding — at the wrong church. The third time, she’s unmarried, pregnant and starving. We don’t know what happened between the mixup and the destitution, but Juno Temple, who plays Robin, says it’s not actually that important.

“I think, in a weird way, it works,” Temple says. “You just know that whatever happened, it’s not nice; it’s a completely huge downward spiral.”

Sudden reversal of fortune is one of the major themes in the film. Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) starts out orphaned and poor; thanks to a dead uncle she winds up the mistress of a farm. Sheep farmer Gabriel Oak (Matthias Schoenaerts) begins prosperous; accidentally, he ends up not. Fanny isn’t immune to the disastrous hand of fate.

“If she had just made it while he was standing in the church,” Temple says. “It was just a mistake, just an honest mistake.”

While Temple pities her pitiable character, she says she’s also proud of her.

“The thing for me that was really key is that, even when her life had completely tumbled out of control, she never felt sorry for herself,” Temple says. “I don’t think she’s a tragic character, because she fights right to the end.”

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Films > (2009) Glorious 39 > BluRay Screencaps




Juno Temple describes why it’s so important for her to make a complete investment to the roles she takes.
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Juno Temple was head to toe in SAINT LAURENT SPRING 2015 which featured a long sleeve floral belted dress with a tie neckline and black studded platform sandals.

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Public Appearances > 2015 > ‘Far From The Madding Crowd’ New York Special Screening











K5 snaps up all non-US rights to drama starring Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson.

K5 International has taken international rights to Tribeca Competition title Meadowland ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17.

The film marks the directorial debut of cinematographer Reed Morano in her and centres on Sarah (Olivia Wilde) and Phil (Luke Wilson) whose life is shattered when their son goes missing. As months pass with little information, they each struggle in their own way to cope.

The supporting cast includes Giovanni Ribisi, Elisabeth Moss, John Leguizamo, Kevin Corrigan, Merritt Wever and Juno Temple.

The film is a Bron Studios production in association with Creative Wealth Media Finance.

The film is directed by Morano, written by Chris Rossi, and produced by Olivia Wilde, Margot Hand, Matt Tauber and Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert.  It is co-produced by Chris Rossi and Erika Hampson.  Executive producers are Jennifer Levine, Jason Cloth, Alex Garcia, Santiago Garcia Galvan, Marla Rand, Scott Paterson and Lauren Selig.

K5 also has the rights to three other films world premiering at Tribeca: Stephen Fingleton’s dystopian thriller The Survivalist, which plays in competition; Neil LaBute’s Dirty Weekend, starring Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve; and Robert Edwards’ When I Live My Life Over Again, starring Christopher Walken.

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Out and About with Michael Angarano

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Out & About > 2015 > In Times Square NY 02-04-2015




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