More Photos From the 69th Venice International Film Festival


Day four through six of the 69th International Film Festival had premieres and photocall events for Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master and Susanne Bier’s Love is All You Need.

Stars Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman joins director Paul Thomas Anderson at the premiere of The Master.  The film is about a charismatic man (Hoffman) who starts a new religious movement after World War II.  Joaquin Phoenix plays a drifter who is mentored by Hoffman’s character and becomes his right-hand man.  As the new religion gains momentum, the drifter begins to question the belief system of the movement and its leader.

Pierce Brosnan joins co-star Trine Dyrholm and the film’s director, Oscar winner Susanne Bier for the premiere and photocall of Love is all You Need. The film is a romantic comedy about two different families who meet at an old Italian villa during a wedding.

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