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Grouping directors together by gender is inane; Gregorini's movies have as much in common with Bigelow's as Her does with 12 Years a Slave.Yet rather than complain, Gregorini embraces the "female director" label and all that comes with it."It's wildly important that stories are told by female filmmakers, because after all, we are half of the population, last that I checked."For Gregorini, being a woman directing movies isn't enough.And Emanuel, an indie thriller starring Skins' Kaya Scodelario as a motherless teenage girl and an out-of-character Jessica Biel as the strange new mom next door, takes on a topic even less frequently seen in film: mother-daughter relationships."I think that for everyone, male or female, your relationship with your mother is sort of where it all starts," Gregorini said. that sort of connection with a woman who’s older and that you look up to and that you’re drawn to — it has an imbalance of power, it has intrigue, it has mystery.These relationships are complicated, and they're layered."For Gregorini, focusing on the connection between mothers and daughters not only made sense — "for me, in particular, it had some elements of abandonment along the way, and that’s sort of something I continue to struggle with in my life" — but a relatable way of delving into deeper issues."I like talking about things without hitting them over the head," Gregorini said.But then there were money issues, and scheduling conflicts, and by the time financing for the film was secure, three years had passed and Mara was too old to play the teenage Emanuel.Gregorini spent the next several months looking for a new leading actress, only stumbling upon Scodelario, a 21-year-old known best for playing Effy on Skins, after leaving L. in the hopes of having better luck in London."The movie kind of rests on her shoulders," Gregorini said.The film is part-drama, part-thriller, and part-CGI, a compelling, original mix of realism and fantasy."What I think resonates is the emotional truth of things," Gregorini said.
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They bring up her parents (Bond girl Barbara Bach, Beatle Ringo Starr), or the celebrities she's dated (Portia de Rossi, possibly Amber Heard), or the actors whose careers she's helped launch (Rooney Mara thanks to 2009's Tanner Hall, Kaya Scodelario in this month's The Truth About Emanuel).
Mostly, though, they talk about Kathryn Bigelow."I think she's a phenomenal director, obviously, but my interests lie more in telling stories about women," Gregorini said in an interview with Bustle.