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Mia Goth’s Best Performances, Ranked



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Mia Goth is an English actress and model whose debut role was in the erotic art film Nymphomaniac in 2013, when she was still a teenager. She would go on to make a name for herself after appearing in several international horror and thriller movies like Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness (2016) and Marrowbone (2017) from Spanish director Sergio G. Sánchez. Goth’s most recent project was in the slasher film X, which came out this year, and a prequel film called Pearl, that was filmed at the same time, is also set to release this year.

She met her now-partner Shia LaBeouf, on the set of Nymphomaniac, and the couple recently welcomed their first child in March 2022. So far, Goth has not announced any upcoming projects since the birth of her baby. Though she did appear in the period-romantic comedy Emma. in 2020, it’s clear th at Goth is most comfortable in darker roles. Fans will have to wait and see if she decides to tackle a new genre when she returns to the silver screen. For now, let’s take a look at some of her best performances thus far.

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The 2018 science fiction horror film High Life from director Claire Denis, centers on a group of criminals serving life sentences, who are forced into space to extract energy from a black hole while undergoing fertility experiments. Mia Goth plays one of the passengers named Boyse, who becomes pregnant and gives birth on the ship. High Life is a graphic, puzzling, and deeply human approach to the space horror genre, with enough violence and a high enough body count to satisfy fans. The movie was well-received by critics and called “extraordinary, difficult, hypnotic, and repulsive” by Variety. The film stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche in the lead roles.

Suspiria is a supernatural horror movie by Luca Guadagnino that is based on the 1977 Italian film of the same name. The story centers on an American Mennonite woman who travels to Berlin to attend a prestigious dance school that is run by a coven of witches. Suspiria failed to wow at the box office and received extremely polarizing opinions from critics. Those that didn’t enjoy the film thought that the witchcraft depicted in the movie was absurd and were overwhelmed by the gore. However, the extensive choreography in the film was praised, as were the performances of lead actresses Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton. Mia Goth played one of the young students at the dance academy, along with Elena Fokina and Chloë Grace Moretz. Suspiria premiered at the 2018 Venice International Film Festival and has been nominated for close to 50 awards, having won 14 of those.

Nymphomaniac is a two-part European erotic art film from the acclaimed Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier. The film follows a self-proclaimed nymphomaniac named Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg plays Joe in her older years and Stacy Martin stars as young Joe) who meets a middle-aged man named Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård) and begins regaling him with tales of her sexual exploits. The film boasts a large ensemble cast who play out Joe’s memories. Mia Goth is cast as P, a young woman who becomes Joe’s protégé in her sadomasochistic endeavors, and later, her lover. Von Trier has been widely praised for his vision with the project, and it was nominated for several international awards. Nymphomaniac also stars Shia LaBeouf, Christian Slater, Uma Thurman, Willem Dafoe, and Connie Nielsen, among others.

The Survivalist is a post-apocalyptic thriller directed by Stephen Fingleton, and zeroes in on the experience of three people who fight to feed themselves and survive in a remote cabin. With such a small cast, each actor is able to thoroughly shine. Martin McCann plays the man only known as the survivalist; he enters into an arrangement with a woman named Kathryn (Olwen Fouéré) in which he will let her and her daughter Milja (Mia Goth) live in his cabin in exchange for a sexual relationship with Milja. Soon, Milja finds herself more loyal to the survivalist than to her mother, and moments of callous violence intersperse with solemn contemplations of morality. The Survivalist won several film festival awards and Stephen Fingleton was widely celebrated as an up-and-coming director. Mia Goth was also nominated for the British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer.

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