The Performance Jeremy Piven is one of the most beloved American actors, but he hasn’t always been a superstar. He has had a long journey to his fame and he doesn’t take it for granted. He is very much aware that with his success comes compromise, and in The Performance he explores just how far one hungry performer will go to keep an audience.
Jeremy Piven stars alongside Robert Carlyle, Maimie McCoy and Lara Wolf in this film based on Arthur Miller’s short story published in The New Yorker. Shira Piven and Josh Salzberg adapted the screenplay for this drama, which is set during a European tour in 1937 as the Fascist atmosphere in Germany is reaching its brutal peak.
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Vansh Luthra who is well known for his role as Raman in Disney Hotstar’s ‘Destination Paradise’ got candid with FRED about working on the film with Jeremy Piven and how he prepared for his character to dance in front of Adolf Hitler. He also shares his experience working with the director Shira Piven. The Performance is directed by Shira Piven and is produced by Daniel Finkelman of Sparks Next along with Chaya Amor, Jenny Shakeshaft and Christopher Milburn. The film is currently making its debut at the Roma Cinema Fest.