Florence Pugh portrays Jean Tatlock, the romantic partner of Cillian Murphy's J. Robert Oppenheimer. Even though her appearance in the movie is brief, she makes a memorable impact.
Pugh delivers a mesmerizing and emotionally intense performance as Dani Ardor, a young woman grappling with grief and trauma. Pugh's portrayal is hauntingly raw and visceral, capturing Dani's journey from vulnerability to empowerment.
In Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel, Pugh shines as Amy March, the youngest of the March sisters. For her incredible acting, Pugh was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Pugh delivers a breakout performance as Katherine, a young woman trapped in a loveless marriage in 19th-century England. Pugh's portrayal is captivating and haunting, showcasing her ability to convey both vulnerability and resilience in the face of societal oppression.
Pugh portrays Lib Wright, a nurse who becomes embroiled in a mysterious case involving a young girl who claims to have survived without food for months. Pugh delivers a compelling performance of a morally conflicted protagonist with her ability to portray complex emotions.
Pugh delivers a standout performance as Yelena Belova, a highly skilled and resourceful spy trained in the Red Room alongside Natasha Romanoff, played by Scarlett Johansson.