The older you get the more capable you get at managing life.
I've always been fascinated by activists, people who will devote their life to a cause, people who go to India and to Africa and put their life in jeopardy to do what they believe is right.
My real fantasy if I was to drop out would be to live in a mobile home and be a hippie and drive around festivals and have millions of children - children with dreadlocks and nose rings - and play the flute.
You get perspective on things when you're away from your child, and in a way, your love for them becomes even deeper.
I'm slightly unsure as to what my goal is. I just keep doing jobs.
I don't believe your soul mate has to share your politics.
As a child I was the best tree climber in our neighbourhood, I was like a little monkey. I've never been afraid of hurting myself or a little physical discomfort.
I feel like I'm one of the many working mothers. And I only have one child. I know working mums who have three or four. It's definitely a challenge but it's a wonderful challenge to be able to do both.
I love the way girls in London dress; it's so different to the American 'blow-dry and immaculate grooming' thing.
I don't think balance is something you get from someone else; it's something women have to find from within. For me, finding balance is still a work in progress.
I have absolutely no empathy for camels. I didn't care for being abused in the Middle East by those horrible, horrible, horrible creatures. They don't like people. It's not at all like the relationship between horses and humans.
Botox should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen. Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?
Often Hollywood crews go into third world countries and I don't believe they behave well.
There's not much room for eccentricity in Hollywood, and eccentricity is what's sexy in people.
I think there are two aspects to ageing: there's the physical side and what's happening inside.
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