This year will be the 7th time of Glenn Close appearing at the nomination of Oscars. Her role in 101 Dalmatians and Dangerous Liaisons is paving way for a golden award. Her first appearance in movies began with Garp in 1982 earned her laurels and helped her niche amidst A-listers.
Let’s take a look back at her top-notch career and nominations.
Reversal of Fortune
In this film, Glenn portrays the role of American heiress Sunny Von married to an aristocrat partner played by Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons who plans to kill her. The movie is adapted from the novel written by Alan Dershowitz who comes in support of Claus Von in his 2nd trial. Glenn’s character as Sunny tells that she gets into a state of coma for a year and the movie depicts clearly wealth, influence and happiness that can’t be bought.
Glenn’s role as girlfriend turned stalker Alex Forest played a huge part in the actress career helping her get into important characters garnering her with nominations at the academy awards for best actress.
The 2019 film captivated the audience and was the eye of various awards. Her role as Joan Castleman depicts a loyal but unhappy wife. Prior to her spouse Nobel Prize Joan recalls her life which is meaningless and Glenn portrayed this with the inspiration from her real-life mother.
Adapted from the French book “Les Liaisons dangereuses by by Choderlos de Laclos” Glenn showcases her role as Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil pre-revolutionary aristocrats who deceives her other friends. Its ends with a frustrated climax where Glenn reveals herself at the court which is an epic story