Interview: Aisling Franciosi and Baykali Ganambarr Discuss Their Work in Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’ by Karen M. Peterson August 15, 2019, 1:43 PM 1.3k Views 1 Comment. By. 33.8k Followers, 689 Following, 180 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Aisling Franciosi (@aisling.franciosi) Interview: Aisling Franciosi on "The Nightingale" by Peter Sobczynski Aisling Franciosi sits down to talk about her lead role in "The Nightingale," director Jennifer Kent's intense follow-up to her cult favorite "The Babadook." Aisling Franciosi: I was just telling Jen about this the other day and about how it would be easy if this were an eye for eye type movie, but it’s really about saving your own humanity in the end. Now, during an exclusive interview with NME, Aisling Franciosi has given her opinion on why the scene could prove too much for some. I kind of went a few times where I felt, really, “This one has to be mine – I have to play this girl!” I mean, even though, in season 1, when we meet her, she’s seemingly a typical teenager, just young, maybe has a crush on Spector. Twitter. Aisling Franciosi: She’s one of the best directors I’ve ever worked with. It sounds ridiculous, especially in the context of an interview—after all, isn’t that the point?—but hear us out. It’s … ReddIt. November 25, 2019 by Alex Moreland Leave a Comment When we first sit down with Aisling Franciosi at the Andaz Wall Street, we’re most struck by her willingness to, well…talk. Facebook. Aisling Franciosi: I was instantly drawn to the character of Katie, I have to say, from the first time I read the script and was auditioning. Exclusive Interview – Aisling Franciosi and Sam Claflin on The Nightingale, depicting colonial violence in film, and more. August 21st, 2019 Posted by pamela Interviews, Review 0 thoughts on ““The Nightingale” An interview with Aisling Franciosi” It’s 1825 and a young Irish convict, her husband, and infant son live in the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, surviving each and every day. 0. Aisling Franciosi, who portrayed Lyanna Stark in Game of Thrones Season 6, talks about her memorable day on set, which featured a surprise visit. Email . Featuring rising Irish-Italian star Aisling Franciosi, The Nightingale portrays the extreme hardships endured by Clare, an Irish convict caught in the throes of British colonial rule. If that doesn’t deter you, by all means, read on. Read the full interview, in which Franciosi discusses the intense subject matter of making The Nightingale, the benefit of the female gaze and her experience of accidentally spoiling a massive Game of Thrones moment for her agent.