As actors, we went where we wanted to, and the camera followed us: it was like having another person in the room. There was no formal structure to the process. It was very liberating.
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It's an incredible privilege for an actor to look into the camera. It's like looking right into the heart of the film, and you can't take that lightly.
They're incredibly, incredibly close, kind of telepathically close. And once Jackie disappeared into the world of superstardom, she kind of starts displaying symptoms of MS (multiple sclerosis) and kind of really losing it. And she goes back to her sister and basically says, I want to sleep with your husband, which is ... pretty shocking.
I think Silence of the Lambs was a great film and when somebody does that kind of suspense thing, with that much restraint, it's impressive.
I do think you feel a little bit like you are preying on people's lives.
During Breaking The Waves, I was on my own in a hotel room. I think I would have been impossible to live with. When you go home, you have to pretend to be the person you are at home.
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