Brie Larson (her true name is Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers) is no longer an emerging little known actress: the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in the film “Room” Hollywood consecrates her as “very star.” Perhaps she expected to take home the statuette, after the hat-trick of awards over the past two months: the Golden Globe, the BAFTA (the British Oscar) and the Screen Actors Guilt (the union award of the actors). In other words, there is no three without four.
Kate Winslet had said that 2016 would be her year, when she hugged her and said: “I am so happy for you.” during the meeting between the two over the weekend to organize the promotion of pre-Oscar. Then, the dream became reality: the golden statuette came into her hands. Blonde, 26, engaged to musician Alex Greenwald, frontman of the rock band Phantom Planet, who accompanied her to the Academy Awards ceremony, has now the consecration. A new face, a new beauty to admire and applaud, a determined and strong girl. Of character, some might say. Here is Brie, new generation of cinema, alongside Jennifer Lawrence, formerly known face of the big screen.
And she don’t forget the years of her poor childhood, when 7 years has been uprooted from her hometown of Sacramento, and with her mother and younger sister, she moved to Los Angeles. Her parents were getting divorced and the mother decided on an adventure with her daughters, to start from scratch, without a job, proving to possess great courage.
It is not unlike compared to the plot of Room. 24-year-old Joy and her five-year-old son Jack (played by Jacob Tremblay) live in a squalid shed they call Room. They share a bed, toilet, bathtub, television, and rudimentary kitchen; the only window is a skylight.