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Many of them stem from the horrific, enigmatic history of Camille Preaker (Amy Adams), the Gillian Flynn adaptation's antiheroine.
Amy Adams plays the show’s protagonist, Camille Preaker, a troubled and conflicted antiheroine, while Patricia Clarkson portrays her icy mother.
Set in a towering Northern California redwood forest, Woodshock features Dunst as Theresa, an antiheroine who succumbs to mourning and mounting rage, aided in her devolution by a potent cannabinoid drug.
In Regina, whose individualism is refined rather than rugged, Hellman created one of the stage’s great antiheroines and a glide bomb of a role.
Infinite Playlist unfolds after Norah, the film’s music-loving antiheroine played expertly by Kat Dennings (The House Bunny, The 40-Year Old Virgin), ropes heartbroken musician Nick into posing as her boyfriend at a nightclub.
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