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Genre  Biography, Drama, Romance
Music director  Carter Burwell
6.5/10 IMDb

Director  Steven Shainberg
Initial DVD release  May 10, 2007 (Iceland)
Language  English
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Writer  Erin Cressida Wilson, Patricia Bosworth
Release date  November 10, 2006 (2006-11-10)
Cast  Nicole Kidman (Diane Arbus), Robert Downey Jr. (Lionel Sweeney), Ty Burrell (Allan Arbus), Harris Yulin (David Nemerov), Jane Alexander (Gertrude Nemerov), Emmy Clarke (Grace Arbus)
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Tagline  A love story.

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Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (also known simply as Fur) is a 2006 film starring Nicole Kidman as iconic American photographer Diane Arbus, who was known for her strange, disturbing images. As the title implies the film is fictional for the most part. No pictures by Arbus herself are featured in it either, because the Diane Arbus estate refused to give approval.


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Plot synopsis

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The cinematic Arbus (Nicole Kidman) is torn between a bizarre relationship with a neighbor who has hypertrichosis, Lionel Sweeney (Robert Downey Jr.), and a conventional life with her husband Allan Arbus (Ty Burrell). An incident with a clogged drain leads her to a relationship with Lionel and entry into a netherworld populated by transvestites, dwarves and others living on the fringes of society. Gradually she is attracted more and more to Lionel and this new, strange and exciting world. When Lionel explains that he suffers from a problem with his lungs and will die soon he asks Diane to shave his entire body clean. They have sex soon afterwards. At the beach, where Lionel always wanted to go for once in his life, both go out for a swim, but Lionel decides to commit suicide by staying under. Diane, touched by her experience with Lionel, now knows what direction to take with her life and career. The final scene shows her at a nudist camp, where she meets a woman who assumes she wants to take her picture. Arbus admits this, but says she wants to get to know this woman better first. The woman replies that she wants to get to know Diane better too, so Diane decides to tell her story, whereupon the movie ends.


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  • Nicole Kidman - Diane Arbus
  • Robert Downey, Jr. - Lionel Sweeney
  • Ty Burrell - Allan Arbus
  • Harris Yulin - David Nemerov
  • Jane Alexander - Gertrude Nemerov
  • Emmy Clarke - Grace Arbus
  • Genevieve McCarthy - Sophie Arbus
  • Boris McGiver - Jack Henry
  • Marceline Hugot - Tippa Henry
  • Mary Duffy - Althea
  • Production

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    For the film, director Steven Shainberg, best known for his kinky, subtle indie film Secretary, reunited with its screenwriter, Erin Cressida Wilson, who used Patricia Bosworth's book Diane Arbus: A Biography as a source. As its name implies, the film is a fictional account rather than an accurate biography. The nudist colony of Camp Venus was show at Sailors Snug Harbor in Staten Island.


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    The film holds a 50 score on Metacritic.

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    The Chicago Tribune gave the film 3 out of 4 stars: "The result is a revelatory, challenging and deeply affecting portrait, anchored by what may be Kidman's most profoundly moving performance."

    The Los Angeles Times criticized the "cop-out ending that undercuts its message about the unimportance of surface differences in favor of a glib finalities to have its cake and eat it too". Although the newspaper continued to heap praise on Kidman and Downey Jr; "the remarkable acting of its two stars pulls you back in and keeps you watching. Kidman, the most consistently daring of today's top stars, is exceptionally convincing as someone whose interior process plays out in front of us. And Downey, for the most part using only his soulful, yearning eyes and a silky, urbane voice, creates a man no one could resist. Separately and together, they make us believe the unbelievable."


    The soundtrack to Fur was released on November 14, 2006.


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