She was the original screen incarnation of Lisbeth Salander, took us to alien worlds in "Prometheus." She’s currently in theaters hanging with Tom Hardy and a puppy in "The Drop," and now Noomi Rapace is flexing her art cinema muscles.
Directed by by British artist and designer Aitor Throup, "A Portrait of Noomi Rapace" is pretty much exactly that. The sorta meta-ish nine-minute movie explores the actor’s process by literally sculpting her. Metaphors! Meanwhile, a score featuring new music by electronic musician Flying Lotus adds to the atmosphere. Check it all out below. [Nowness]