Nicole Kidman Feels TV Offers Greater Opportunity To Women Than Films
Actress Nicole Kidman feels that TV is offering better roles to women than films. She believes that small screen is more appealing because of the diversity and complexity of roles that it is offering to women. "Great roles are being developed for women right now, but they are not in films, they are in television,” said Kidman during the Australian premiere of the TV series ‘Top of the Lake: China Girl'.
She further added, "They're on both, but they're rare in film though.” The Oscar winning actress said that TV offers greater opportunity to women because it is a place where they can earn more money. She further stated that directors like Jane Campion and Ariel Kleiman are willing to work in that medium and write and explore their storytelling.
"I think there's an enormous appeal for actors working there because you have time to develop a character and for stories to unfold. Like Big Little Lies, where there was five amazing roles for women. That's where obviously the great roles are being developed for women right now," she added. She also said that it is great that a project which has only women in the lead is successful as it inspires others. The 50-year-old star was nominated for her performance in the TV series 'Big Little Lies'.
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