Memorable Tilda Swinton movies
New converts to Swinton worship might want to rent these:
The Last King of England (1987)
Jarman’s experimental musing on Britain is ”on a certain level unwatchable,” admits Swinton, ”and also my favorite film I’ve made.”
Nobody does androgyny better. Swinton plays a hero-turned-heroine in this Virginia Woolf adaptation.
The Deep End (2001)
Her portrayal of a mother embroiled in a murder investigation won the actress a Golden Globe nom.
Swinton, as the angel Gabriel, proves she can wear a men’s pants suit as well as any actor today.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (2005)
As the White Witch, Swinton helped the family fantasy gross $292 million.