I wanted to go to Jupiter. That was my plan from day one, and David Lynch gave me the ticket.
There's always a side of a woman that likes a man from the other side of the tracks.
It's really fun to act like a bimbo. But it's fun to act like a bimbo only when people know that you really aren't one.
I'm interested in flawed protagonists. I was raised on them.
My mother opened a bank account for me when I made $60 on my first day of work as an extra. She's that kind of mother.
We like our archetypes and heroes to be what they are at face value. And life doesn't work out like that.
It's a strange world, as David Lynch would say.
There's something so accessible about heroes who have faults.
I made a commitment to myself; that I wanted to be an actress, and I wanted to do films that make a difference. It has to move people.
'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington' is one of the greatest films of all time.
It would be great to make a movie that had the style of a great '30's film.
What do you say when someone has truly inspired you? How do you express to an artist how deeply their work has affected you?
The really courageous and bold thing is to make movies about human behaviour.
When man decides he can control nature, he's in deep trouble.
Whatever character you play, it gives you the chance to expose another side of yourself that maybe you've never felt comfortable with, or never knew about.
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