In the Luca Guadagnino film, Dakota Johnson played Penelope, a teenager who runs into her father's (Ralph Fiennes) ex-flame and new lover whilst on a trip with him.
Also directed by Guadagnino, Suspiria featured Johnson as an aspiring dancer from America who enrolls in a dance academy run by witches.
Johnson played Emily, a hippie with a lot to hide, in the Drew Goddard-helmed neo-noir multi-starrer.
In Gabriela Cowperthwaite's film based on a true story, Johnson starred as the terminally-ill Nicole whose last days are made better by the constant presence of her husband, her children, and their family friend, who moves to help care for her.
In actor Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut, Johnson played Nina, a young mother whose paths cross with the protagonist's (Olivia Colman), leading to interesting revelations.
In Cooper Raiff's directorial debut, Johnson played Domino, a young woman who has an autistic daughter, and whose life becomes slightly complicated when she meets a man (Raiff) ten years younger than her.
Carrie Cracknell directed Johnson as the protagonist of this radical new take on the Jane Austen novel.