And doing a film in that period, and having to really celebrate what they wore back then, how they sat and how they spoke. You know, what the etiquette was back then for a lady. All of those things are like putting on a wig and transforming yourself, which I love.
I think of myself as a highly sexual creature.
When they watch a movie and they know that you're in a relationship, you just kind of watch that constantly.
I have been working a lot, and I like it. And you know, it's hard for me not to. I guess I've been working a lot because I get to play with brilliant people.
I'd love to get pajamas. Good, nice and warm flannel ones.
At least I know that one film-maker in my career has had the initiative to come to me and thought of me as being capable of doing interesting and complicated work, and so I have a new-found belief that other film-makers will see me in a different way, the way that Patty did.
I am not for the death penalty and so making this film did not change my point of view. I think it made me more aware of how ineffective it is.
I guess because I pay so much attention to the physical part of the character, I don't look upon it as like Charlize Theron up there. I don't think of them as like Charlize Theron films.
If they ever do my life story, whoever plays me needs lots of hair color and high heels.
At the end, the realization is that she had to get to a place in her life where she could drop her guard and make peace with the fact that whether she had a small amount of time, that she had to kind of live it completely through, instead of living by the rules.
If I don't like seeing myself on the screen, I think when I start seeing that, that's when I think I'll stop.
I am human, and, yeah, I have very bad days.