Gladstone Responds to Devery Jacobs' Critiques of 'Killers of the Flower Moon'
Lily Gladstone responds to Devery Jacobs' critiques of "Killers of the Flower Moon," focusing on Jacobs' concerns about the film's portrayal of Osage people in the 1920s.
Jacobs expresses deep emotions and criticizes the "unrelenting and unnecessarily graphic" depictions in Martin Scorsese's drama.
In a Rolling Stone interview, Gladstone, who won a Golden Globe for her role, acknowledges Jacobs' reaction as a response to the trauma endured by Native women.
Gladstone emphasizes the importance of respecting Jacobs' perspective and reassures that their friendship remains intact.
Gladstone points out the historical trauma of the Osage people and sees the movie-making process as an opportunity for diverse voices to be heard.
Expressing her primary concern, Gladstone focuses on the Osage community's reaction to the film, highlighting the significance of their perspective.
Jacobs criticizes the film's portrayal for lacking honor and dignity for Osage people but praises Lily Gladstone's performance, recognizing her as a legend deserving of recognition, including an Oscar.
Gladstone acknowledges the need to navigate her own feelings about the film's portrayals, understanding the triggering nature of the historical context.