Personal Shopper

Cast: Kristen Stewart, Lars Eidinger

High fashion, high tension in Paris.

Rated CTC (Check the Classification)

Director OLIVER ASSAYAS

UWA Somerville

ECU Joondalup Pines

Tickets $13.50–$18

  • Drama

Awards & Reviews

‘Kristen Stewart has become one hell of an actress.’

Winner, Best Director (Olivier Assayas) – Cannes Film Festival

Nominated, Best Film – Cannes Film Festival

About

High fashion, high tension in Paris.

Maureen is a young, smart yet isolated American in Paris, where she buys clothes for a fashion-world celebrity whom she seldom meets. She is also a spirit medium attempting to connect with her deceased twin brother and becoming increasingly spooked by messages that urge her towards a ghostly confrontation. With her intense emotion bubbling under a cool exterior, Kristen Stewart is compelling as lonely millennial Maureen in this cocktail of ghost yarn and sly satire on haute couture. Personal Shopper is a highly distinctive film and was joint-winner (with Graduation) of the Best Director award at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

There will be no screening on Friday 3 March at ECU Joondalup Pines due to an event being held on campus. 

Dates, Times & Access

UWA Somerville

105mins
Wheelchair access
 
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ECU Joondalup Pines

105mins
Wheelchair access
 
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Film Ticket Packages

Film Ticket Packages

Flexible 6- and 12-pack vouchers are not date-stamped and may be used for entry on any one night to any film at either venue throughout both seasons. Ticket redemption at the gate is no longer required. Entry is subject to venue capacity. Venues include entry by general admission. Saving seats for friends does not guarantee them entry unless they hold a valid ticket for that evening’s screening. Single tickets purchased over the phone or online will incur a booking fee.

Cast & Crew

Olivier Assayas

Writer-director

The following new Australian short film will show before Personal Shopper

Trespass 
Director Mirrah Foulkes, 12mins
 

A woman out walking her dog in the woods has a curious and disturbing encounter with a distressed stranger. Winner of Best Australian Short Film at the 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival.

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