"Don't Worry Darling" home was famous before the film
Double Exposure: The most interesting thing about Olivia Wilde's dystopian thriller "Don't Worry Darling" isn't Harry Styles or Florence Pugh. It's the Kaufmann Desert House, designed by Richard Neutra and made famous by the 1970 Slim Aarons photo "Poolside Gossip." It's the first time the house has been used for a movie shoot. In the film, the house is occupied by Frank (Chris Pine), the CEO of the shady Victory Project where all the husbands of company town Victory work. Frank's wife, Shelley (Gemma Chan), lives with him in the Kaufmann Desert House, which is also the scene of one of the many parties in the film. #DontWorryDarling
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