Nicole Kidman’s new film, The Goldfinch, is a psychological drama about a young kid whose life is shattered by a terrorist bombing at an art museum. Kidman plays a wealthy socialite who takes in the orphaned child and, eventually, gets drawn into his world. Kidman told us one of the reasons why she was drawn to the role is because she was intrigued by the way the movie ties together art, emotions, and memory. (Click on the media bar below to hear Nicole Kidman)
The Goldfinch opens in theaters on Friday.