Mike cahill brit marling dating

05-Sep-2016 21:30

In the UK, it's actually a man's name (who knew) while it is frequently used as a nickname for Birgitta in Scandanavia. It's no surprise then that she was her class valedictorian and got two degrees in economics and studio art from Georgetown University.Brit's parents (rightly) encouraged her to follow academic studies while still at school, and she even did an internship with the investment bank Goldman Sachs in New York.And despite the fact that their movies tend to stay well below the radar, safe from breaking out into the mainstream, theirs are come of the most interesting indie movies to have emerged in the past five years.If attracted a cast of name actors — Ellen Page, Alexander Skarsgard, Patricia Clarkson — to tell a story that again feels connected to the others in many ways.

Throughout her career to date — particularly in the projects she’s done with Batmanglij and Mike Cahill, all three of whom are old friends from Georgetown — Marling, 33, has gravitated to a certain type of role: enigmatic, preternaturally wise women who seem not quite of this plane of existence.And they would all be really divergent characters, but they all had these sci-fi epic premises.And then the more we focused on this one, the more we thought, "Oh no, there's a whole world just in this idea of the two earths, and everyone here being there, and what does that mean, and how can you find a micro-human drama to tell within this epic sort of conceit?“When I meet people like that, I’m always so taken with them,” Marling says.“They seem to be possessed by something The OA, in particular, was inspired in part by a woman Marling met at a party who’d had a near-death experience.

Throughout her career to date — particularly in the projects she’s done with Batmanglij and Mike Cahill, all three of whom are old friends from Georgetown — Marling, 33, has gravitated to a certain type of role: enigmatic, preternaturally wise women who seem not quite of this plane of existence.And they would all be really divergent characters, but they all had these sci-fi epic premises.And then the more we focused on this one, the more we thought, "Oh no, there's a whole world just in this idea of the two earths, and everyone here being there, and what does that mean, and how can you find a micro-human drama to tell within this epic sort of conceit?“When I meet people like that, I’m always so taken with them,” Marling says.“They seem to be possessed by something The OA, in particular, was inspired in part by a woman Marling met at a party who’d had a near-death experience.The premise of “The OA,” which debuts today on Netflix, is irresistible: A blind woman, gone missing from her suburban town seven years ago, suddenly returns with her sight restored.