Kristen Stewart feels a ghostly presence in the new Personal Shopper trailer

We’re big fans of the French filmmaker Olivier Assayas. His latest effort, Personal Shopper, sees the writer/director reunite with Kristen Stewart following their fruitful collaboration on 2014’s Clouds of Sils Maria, for which she picked up the César Award for Best Supporting Actress.

She’s equally great in Personal Shopper, a Parisian “ghost story” about a young American women working as a high-fashion shopping assistant, who secretly dresses up in the haute couture wears of her celebrity boss. We won’t give anything else away just now, but we will attempt to whet your appetite further by leaving you with a line from our first look review, which describes the film as “a study of grief, a satire, a murder mystery [and] a Hitchcockian thriller” all rolled into one.

Watch the new official trailer above and let us know what you think @LWLies

Personal Shopper is released in UK cinemas on 17 March.

Published 8 Feb 2017

Tags: Kristen Stewart Olivier Assayas

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