I can hypnotize rabbits.
I am not generous about telling people who I am and what I like to do because it's my life and it only belongs to me and my friends and family.
I hope to grow up and see myself accepting myself and accepting time going by and everything falls.
Surgery is a complicated thing to talk about, but I guess it could also be a dangerous thing to play with if you're not very secure about what you're doing.
There is something about this generation living now, that we don't accept death.
I always choose my projects for the script or what the director want to tell with that story. And if I like the story.
I hope to be 70 and sitting at the table with journalists, talking about my films.
I think I am incredibly generous with how much I give to my projects, but that's my generosity with the job.
I'm 36 years old, and I'm growing up. Little by little.
I'm not 20 anymore, and I feel it.
If you have what you want to say inside, and if you are crying for something that is true inside, it doesn't matter. The camera always sees it.
No one told me about boys. I had to figure it out myself. The first thing I learned was that sometimes they grow slower than women mentally.
Always, your work is the same: You have to tell a story, you have to make a character. It doesn't matter if there are thousands of dollars, millions behind it, or if there is nothing.
I love to fly. I always wanted to fly. It's been one of my dreams since I was 3 years old. I remember saying to my mom, 3 years old, every day, 'I can fly!' Living on the ninth floor, it was dangerous.
I never go to a gym unless I have to for a role, a contract. I try to take care of myself as a human being, not because I have to be in front of the camera.
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