“Don’t Worry Darling” is the movie that all of us wanted. The blockbuster film hit the cinemas amid the chaos of the post-pandemic world, a looming recession, mass unemployment, and soaring inflation.
Overall, the movie is what all of us wanted, and right from the beginning, it was a blockbuster. Prior to its release, “Don’t Worry Darling” attracted at least 28 cinemas in the country that wanted to partner with director Olivia Wilde.
Essentially, “Don’t Worry Darling” revolves around the theme of typical householding and male patriarchy in the U.S. The cinematography, theme, and stars, are of the film are simply phenomenal. Thus, the film remains a most loved and most watched movie, distributed by Warner Bros Picture.
Recently, the film's director Olivia Wilde sat with a news outlet to talk about the vision of the film and the behind-the-scenes of the movie. In the interview, Olivia Wilde talks about almost anything and everything about “Don’t Worry Darling.” Similarly, she also opens up about her own role as “Bunny” and reveals why she went for the supporting role in the movie. Nonetheless, Olivia Wilde also appreciates Florence Pugh as a “singularly brilliant” character and heroine of “Don’t Worry Darling.”
She suggests that at the initial stage, she wanted to play the role of Alice. But later on, it dawned upon the film crew that Florence Pugh was the perfect character to play Alice. The role of Alice is extremely important and crucial in the movie, Olivia suggests. And what Florence Pugh (Alice) did to her role was “an absolute justice.”
The Grand Vision Behind “Don’t Worry Darling
Talking about the vision behind “Don’t Worry Darling,” Olivia asserts that the film was something all of us needed - not only wanted. She argues that the idea behind the film was to come up with something that is entertaining for our audience. But deep inside, the movie should be dealing with the most complex matters of real life.
That is right! Bringing household issues and other complex matters of life was the idea behind “Don’t Worry Darling.” Fairly so, the film did justice to the grand theme and vision of Olivia Wilde and the screenwriter, Katie.
Furthermore, Olivia talks about the cinematography of “Don’t Worry Darling.” She argues that she is an “astute fan” of classical architecture of the 1950s. And it was this influence that took them to the classical cinematography by Matty Libatique.
Thus, it was the unwavering passion of Olivia Wilde and the grand theme of the movie that made “Don’t Worry Darling” a blockbuster in 2022.