Or, at least, an understanding of who she is that she can be happy with. Jude Law is his usual charming English embracing persona.
Rachel Weisz and Natalie Portman achieve so much with such small supporting roles.
David Strathairn is perfectly cast and is just an incredible actor.
The director did an incredible job of pacing the film to let each moment of reflection absorb into the audience.
Sometimes we depend on other people as a mirror to define us and tell us who we are and each reflection makes me like myself a little more. Every emotion she brings to her songs Norah Jones and the rest of the cast bring to this movie.
Every character represents another "Life Lesson" that Elizabeth (Norah Jones character) needs to meet to bring her to the peace she needs to find.
It was here that, at the age of 19, she decided to take up the guitar and start composing her own songs.
For solace, she drops in late at night a few times at Jeremy's diner for blueberry pie a la mode; they talk.
In 1993 Cat Power released its first single Headlights, after which Marshall began to find opportunities performing solo as an opening act for bands such as God is My Co-Pilot and Liz Phair.
It was at one of the shows in support of Phair that she was introduced to drummer Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and guitarist Tim Foljhan of Two Dollar Guitar, both of whom were intrigued enough by the material to offer their services as a backing band.
AKA Charlyn Marie Marshall Born: 21-Jan-1972Birthplace: Atlanta, GAGender: Female Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Singer/Songwriter Nationality: United States Executive summary: Cat Power Born in Atlanta and raised by itinerant hippies all around the southern United States, Charlyn Marie Marshall was given the initial exposure to her future career through her musician father.
When her parents eventually divorced, Marshall spent most of her time in the custody of her mother; upon dropping out of high school at the age of 16, however, she switched over to the paternal nest back in Atlanta.