The actress was pictured wearing a lemon yellow dress and a straw hat as she began filming the thriller in Greece
Kirsten Dunst got into character yesterday for her latest film, The Two Faces of January, looking stylish in retro costume on set in Athens.
The Hollywood actress was pictured alongside co-star Viggo Mortensen wearing a pretty pastel yellow shift dress cinched in at the waist with a skinny belt as they shot scenes around the Acropolis ancient citadel in the Greek capital.
Her 1960s look was accessorised with a pair of white T-bar sandals, a white shoulder bag, a pearl necklace, gloves and a straw hat decorated with a ribbon in the same colour as her frock.
In the thriller film, which is written and directed by Hossein Amini, Kirsten and Viggo play a wealthy married couple, Colette and Chester MacFarland, who visit Greece as tourists. But mystery soon surrounds the pair as they meet a guide, played by Oscar Isaac, and enlist his help to move the body of a policeman.
The movie, which is set to hit cinema screens late next year, is based on the 1964 novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith and will also see the cast shooting on location in Turkey and at a studio in London.
WATCH: Take a peek at the clip below to see Kirsten on the red carpet…