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Tony Hill might deal with. Robson's explanation is as good as any. For myself, I've always taken it to be a metaphor for the thrill of adrenaline surging through the bloodstream.

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Color: Color. Billie had no money, and she came from an Indian tribe, which, at the time, was not easy. By the time she came to Chicago and met Dillinger, she had already lived several lives - she had been to military boarding school, to learn military manners, to "get the Indian out.

When I was a little girl, I always wanted to be in a musical, an American musical. I knew Singin' in the Rain by heart.

I think that when you don't see the boundaries, you cross them without even knowing they exist in the first place.

I need to feel that for a director it's a matter of life and death; he needs to tell this story. I adore my own life, more and more I love being myself, but I love this work of totally changing personalities, of creating something radically different from myself.

I want to go profoundly into my roles. If not, what's the point? She is numb. It's as if she were drugged. I have never experimented with hard drugs, but I've been at certain moments of my life in a state of shock close to something where you lose your footing, your sense of reality.

I think that's the gift of the actor, the ability to put ourselves in a state. Dramatic, dramatic, dramatic! It's boring!

We were happy to have someone with that kind of genius to help us avoid going in the direction of things that are perhaps realistic but are not at all cinematic.

And that's why he's a great director. He said, "Would you come to the studio? I would love for you to sing one of my songs.

Then my friend said he was playing at the Olympia in Paris. So he asked me if I would sing with him there and I said, "Oh, yeah, of course.

He said, "Just try it for a few songs. So he said to me, "Would you play piano on this song? I took piano lessons when I was like 5 or 6 but that was a long time ago.

I stopped when I was But suddenly it was very organic when I started playing it. So he said, "How about playing the drums?

I was part of the band, playing all of the instruments. One day I arrived at rehearsal and my friend said, "Okay, now that you've done everything else, how about singing a song by yourself alone?

The script changed constantly, and I needed to be ready to get on the next plane and be on set as soon as they needed me.

I'm not somebody who opens up to people very easily. With this form of expression,I think I've found a way to speak to a lot of people and share something of myself, while still keeping my distance.

I don't have anything against people who bare their souls to the media. I just know I can't do it.

I want to share things that seem practical to me. It's the same if I go to a dinner party with guests I don't know.

I'm not going to share my life story with them. I was not popular at all. I think I was very boring I was not interesting at all. I thought I had no personality.

I thought everybody was so cool, and I was not. You think things about yourself and then you start to give a little bit of love at least enough, to enjoy life.

But I was, oooh. I couldn't leave the character on La Vie En Rose It was weird because I used to kind of judge actors who would stay in character on set or who would have a hard time leaving the character behind when the movie was done.

I had this very dumb idea that "Okay, it's a big part of your life but it's your job. Go home and go back to yourself.

In the process I was in character almost all the time. Even when I went home, there was something that was not entirely me.

But I've always loved to sing because in my childhood my mother would sing all the time. I cannot remember one journey in the car without singing.

So music is part of my life. My experience in Hollywood with the big blockbuster, though, is very special too, because it's a blockbuster directed, written, produced by Christopher Nolan , who's not a studio director.

I need to work with directors who have the need to tell a story - and he is definitely a director who needs to tell stories.

It put me in a different universe and gave me the opportunity to really discover different worlds. But I'm not like some celebrities who live with paparazzi 24 hours a day.

That's why I'm keeping my life in France. One of the things I have learned recently is that I have the ability to be happy.

I have found that in my family. And that is a new thing. And that hasn't always been the case for me - so I know how lucky I am. She rediscovers the carnal, sexuality, love.

Everything is very positive in the tragedy she faces. I am shaking; I feel very bad and I want to cry most of the time because I hate it so much.

But here it was totally different. I was so involved with my character that I was happy she would enjoy something like that.

It's a movie about love, about flesh, about rust and bone and heart and sex, so without the sex scenes the movie would have missed something.

I felt very moved for her because it's the first time she's had sex since she lost her legs. I was very moved because I was so happy for her.

It makes you very exposed and that can be violent. I'm strong but also fragile, and sometimes it's not easy to be exposed to judgment, and to play with your emotions, to go searching inside yourself to make yourself naked to the world.

I think this desire to protect the Earth comes from my family - especially my grandmother.

I remember when I was a little girl at her house in Brittany. When she cooked, she wouldn't waste anything. And my parents always raised me to believe that the most important thing was respect.

Respect the place you live, be aware of the impact that you have on things. I was lucky to have this education growing up.

I was born in Paris and raised in the suburbs and then lived in the countryside. We had a beautiful house with a huge garden. When I moved to the country, I was really connected to nature and the seasons.

So when I finally went back to Paris, I had a very hard time connecting with the city again and the way we waste so much.

I started to read and teach myself about the environment - and why it was not organic and natural to be living in the city.

I'm very happy with what's happening now and how the awareness is spreading. Because 10 years ago my mind-set wasn't really normal for most people.

I sounded like a crazy person talking about the environment. People saw me as a hippie who wanted to make my own cheese and live with animals in a house without electricity.

When I was younger, I considered a lot of things, but I couldn't choose, so I thought that being an actor would let me have many lives.

It was a way to do all the jobs I wanted to do. I just want to do my best. I just want to find the authenticity of each character.

That's what matters to me. It would be horrible to have an audience saying, 'Oh it's her. I want to experience something new each time.

I was fascinated by this world of telling stories, of having a different day every day. And my parents were -- still are -- passionate people, and to be raised with passionate people who open the door of your imagination and your creativity, I think it's why I am an actress now.

When I was a kid, I watched a lot of American movies and I never thought this was something that would happen to me.

But once I started acting I didn't see any boundaries. I wanted to be an actress. I didn't want to be a French actress.

It's not sensational or a statement at all, it had to be in there. You know how you feel when you rediscover your body, love, your life.

That's what happens to both these characters and I think that is very sexy. To me, it is something that really comes out of you and surrounds you.

You know, there's a fighter inside of me. When you have the capacity to fight, when you have the ability to love life and the ability to be happy, it's easy to be creative.

And that's a treasure that my parents gave me. They changed my vision of fashion whereas I never paid attention to it before.

Although I loved to dress and I liked clothes, now I see it as a very special form of art. I looked terrible while filming La Vie En Rose , so my hat collection increased dramatically.

I love men's hats because my father wears them. I like creating characters who have their own approach, their own body language, their own voice.

Learning a language helps to build something different. I play a Polish woman in the film, so I had to speak Polish fluently, with a Polish accent.

I understood that, in order to speak correctly, I had to sink into the Polish culture. I had the same experience with English and Italian.

Culture enriches language and vice versa. I've always wanted to be an actress but I never really asked myself why. I know now that I have this career for two major reasons: First, because it allows me to take such pleasure in work that I happen to be overwhelmed with happiness while acting.

And second, because this job puts me the most in danger in relation to my emotional past. The movie is a celebration of life and hope.

More and more I love being myself, but I love this work of totally changing personalities.

I guess that's why I became an actress. Not only because my parents were actors and, yeah, it's a beautiful thing to tell stories, but I think I became an actress because I wanted to explore this- to explore what a human being is.

I'm not looking forward to it. I know that it's going to come. Some of the women around me, they tell me it's not fun to get old.

But it's not about your look, it's about the fact that you cannot run like you did when you were younger, or - it's just about when your body gets tired and you don't have the hundred percent energy sometimes.

So it's not something that I look forward to. But I have to say, since I'm a mum, I'm really looking forward to being a grandma.

This is kind of my obsession right now. I hope my kids won't wait so long, like me, to have kids, because I want to be a very healthy and young grandma.

So it's not getting old but being a grandmother So I guess I won't have Botox or whatever you put inside yourself to look younger.

In France I was at my friend's house the other day, and all those women there, they were between 50 and 70, and they were so beautiful.

Sometimes in LA, or even in New York, you run into a lot of products - a lot of women filled with all those products. It's not just about plastic surgery now, it's about injections It just shows fear, and that makes me sad.

Then I realized that by exploring different human beings and their stories, I felt the connection I was longing for.

I know these women have also found answers in what they do, and share my passion for discovering the human soul. The wider the gap, the more vulnerable we are.

Any form of escape can seem good. You have to navigate through the different emotions because you're placed in tough positions as an actor.

Everything we give in a performance can come back to torture. And I love their language. I didn't become an actress with the aim of having a career in the US, my dream didn't have any geographical boundaries, but just after filming Tim Burton 's Big Fish , I was looking forward to speaking the language fluently because my poor English from my school days was a problem on set.

This love of English comes from my childhood, I grew up on American culture. Their music, cinema and literature were part of me.

I always wanted to express myself by being someone other than myself. It is much easier for me to understand something vast and complex than something light and uncomplicated.

Perhaps that makes me very French. For example, when I first got into movies in France, I had great success playing bimbos.

But I never believed that I would be put in a box. I think if you have that inside of you it won't happen. For obvious and emotional reasons I can't.

But I think a movie has to be done. Talking about myself to someone I don't know has turned me into a wild beast when it comes to press.

I've noticed that it's creating something kind of out of focus about myself. You don't turn away a great director. And I always wanted to work with James Gray without thinking it was possible.

I cannot speak Italian. That was my idea, actually, to have an Italian character in Blood Ties My self loves difficulties, and when my brain comes into play, it's like, Hello!

Talking about myself to someone I don't know, and knowing that most of the time they will interpret in a bad way what I'm saying, has turned me into a wild beast when it comes to press.

But, in a way, I don't really care, even if sometimes I feel that the person being put out there is so far from who I am.

As you said, being the same person everywhere, that's something that I would love to feel, to achieve.

But the thing is, I have a responsibility in creating this person who is not someone that I like at all. An actor has a huge failure in him.

And this is not a weakness -- this can make you strong. But it's deep. Working with Joaquin Phoenix was something very special.

His instinct is like the instinct of an animal. There's a pureness about him. We lost this animal instinct that we used to have.

My parents were actors too. I don't even know if when I wanted to be an actress, they went, "Oh, shit. I admired Greta Garbo but I didn't want to be her.

I wanted to be Charles Chaplin. And I wanted to be Peter Sellers. I wasn't considered an actress. I didn't want to get bitter while waiting for something to happen, so when I was 27, I told my agent I was stopping and going to work for Greenpeace.

He said, 'Please just have this one meeting. Now, Tim Burton was my idol. And so I told myself, 'Wow This is exactly what I want.

This is even more than what I want! So if I get this, it means that I really have a place in this business. If not, I'll do something else.

I was always so reluctant to shoot love scenes. On those days, I'm not very friendly. I want it to be done and then start the movie again.

But in Rust and Bone we had very naked love scenes, and it was totally different. I was very happy. Not because [co-star] Matthias Schoenaerts is superhot, absolutely not, because I had experience with Johnny Depp before [in Public Enemies ] and it was also really hard for me.

I was just very happy for my character. The whole day I was naked on set and I was totally fine with it. And they have known that I was a fan, so they asked me if I would be a part of it, and of course I said yes right away.

But I never question how people could see me. I think that when you discover something that was unknown before, it opens your mind, your heart.

Roles after roles, I learned a little more about human beings. I want to go as deep as I can in a character. I met James Gray with my boyfriend Guillaume Canet and we became friends.

I'm a huge admirer of his work but when I met him, I didn't even dare to tell him. Never in my mind was I thinking, "I'm going to do everything to work for him" because I was never able to be in that kind of seduction from the beginning of my career.

When I had to meet a director, I preferred to have a screen test and show what I could do instead of sell myself in a discussion, because I was bad at it.

When I met James, we became friends and I never thought I could work with him because he was my friend.

They offered me everything I had always wanted in a relationship between an actress and a director - well, two directors in that case.

They work a lot, and I love to work a lot.

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