Letting go of things and not being afraid of being ridiculous or over the top - I think that's the main thing for me to work on.
Girls can wear jeans, cut their hair short, wear shirts and boots, 'cause it's okay to be a boy, but for a boy to look like a girl is degrading.
Wanting to do it was much more powerful than the fright.
It's more than a job. It's very personal, so when you're hurt, you're really hurt inside.
You think that being a girl is degrading, but secretly, you'd love to know what it's like, wouldn't you?
You don't even need the director's judgement. It's too much.
I still find it hard to push my own limits. I know where my limits are and that I always have to push myself.
When you love someone, you don't want them to suffer at all.
I found it very difficult to explain to someone why you did a film. It's not like having a conversation.
I hated seeing myself on screen. I was full of complexes. I hated my face for a very, very long time.
The more you turn down things, the more difficult it becomes to feel that the next one will be right.
I couldn't do anything else, I enjoy it so much. But I find it tough.
The English was really my mother, it was never me. Being the daughter of my father, I always felt very French.
The more sincere I could be, the better it would be for the film.
There were always questions about my parents; I got so fed up with that.
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