Yves Saint Laurent was the first person who made me feel like a woman.
And there is a beautiful thing which is wonderful, to look like a woman, not a green bean.
I didn’t like the idea of changing myself for the industry. I felt to have my teeth straightened and bleached and to starve myself to change my body was not respecting who I was.
I was very excited to work with Nick Jarecki and, of course, to be in a film with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon!
Working with kids can be tricky because they can be pretty unpredictable.
It’s always fun to immerse yourself in a different time period.
I don’t understand why women journalists always ask women about motherhood? It’s far more important and interesting for women to talk about their work, their thoughts, their creativity and their individual identity.
I want to work on interesting parts that I can believe in.
‘The Master’ is a wonderful film, honestly, and the actors, Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, are incredible.
It is when I am working that the real me comes out – that is when I am the most real and honest.
What is interesting about me isn’t that I am a mother, it is who I am. I love my family, but if I just talk to you about being a mother, it’s boring. I am sorry, but it’s reducing who I really am, and it’s really boring.
Real beauty is to be true to oneself. That’s what makes me feel good.