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The women stand on the front steps of a dilapidated Southern plantation house, staring out at the muddy road beyond the gate, a road traversed back and forth by battered Confederate troops, heading towards or away from the fluctuating “front.” Outside the gates is all restless movement, inside the gates is stasis. Sofia Coppola’s “The Beguiled”—a remake (sort of) of the 1971 Don Siegel/Clint Eastwood film—is full of such tableaux. The “meaning” is not explicit in the images, although you could read plenty into it if you wanted to (the women are glimpsed between the iron bars of the gate, isolated from the world of men, etc). With its title-card gigantic in a swirling pink font, like a flourishing header in the diary of a melodramatic teenage girl, “The Beguiled” is a fairy tale, where beautiful spirited women and girls—flawed and filled with contradictory impulses—are locked away from the larger world (some by choice, others because they have nowhere else to go), and how a man disrupts their quiet; how much turbulence a man can bring. Gorgeously shot by Philippe Le Sourd (in his first collaboration with Coppola), “The Beguiled” lingers on its images, allows us time to settle into them.
The film opens with a haunting sequence where a child of 11 (Oona Laurence) gathers mushrooms in a quiet wood. The air is shattered by distant cannon fire. She then discovers the wounded John McBurney (Colin Farrell), a Union soldier who fled his regiment when the battle was at its height, an unmanly act of which he is ashamed. The child decides to take him back to the girls’ school where she lives (“Any men about?” McBurney asks her). The school is run by Martha Farnsworth (Nicole Kidman), and there are only 5 students left, as well as the teacher, Edwina (frequent Coppola collaborator Kirsten Dunst). Terrified of “their” soldiers discovering their harboring of an enemy, they lock McBurney up in the downstairs music room, and Martha, with a briskness covering up her fluttery reaction to McBurney’s presence, tends to his leg wound, bathing him, the scene unfolding in a series of lovingly erotic shots of Farrell’s chest, forearms, calves, neck.
During the Civil War, at a Southern girls’ boarding school, young women take in an injured enemy soldier. As they provide refuge and tend to his wounds, the house is taken over with sexual tension and dangerous rivalries, and taboos are broken in an unexpected turn of events.
Sofia Coppola’s “The Beguiled“—a remake (sort of) of the 1971 Don Siegel/Clint Eastwood film, ‘Fizzes with untamed energy’: Elle Fanning as Alicia with Colin Farrell as John McBurney in The Beguiled. If you are set on remaking a Clint Eastwood movie, then “The Beguiled” is a pretty weird one to choose. It’s a claustrophobic curiosity from 1971—the third of his five collaborations with the director Don Siegel.