I have a very soft spot for Kirsten and Marie Antoinette. Sweet film and I'm still impressed how well it came together style-wise. They went bold with it and that's why it worked. Just like Luhrman's Romeo + Juliet.Lost in Translation is well loved, by people from all walks of life I reckon. It's kind of a dreamy meditation on marital fidelity, no? There is definitely some lust being stirred up but what are they to do? They're both virtual prisoners of their respective situations in that Tokyo hotel.
So her other films that we haven't mentioned are:
Were these okay, I wonder?
Somewhere was quite pointless and 'meh'. The Beguiled I would describe as concealed misandry, I hated it.