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I start everything from the same place, with that sense of responsibility. On a bigger movie, you have to be aware that you can only control your aspect of the film. It's nice to be on a smaller movie because you're working with your friends and you feel so close-knit. It's your movie and you can do anything you want, and nobody's going to have anything to say.
With a bigger movie, it concerns so many people. It's so much more of a process. But, in terms of what I do personally, it has to be the same, or else I'm just on some big movie, being a liar, and I can't do that.
On whether she wants to develop her skills as a writer: I do want to work on writing, because writing's a skill. Writing is something that you can train yourself to know better.
To know yourself better. And it's intimidating as hell. I mean, I definitely will always do what I've been doing. I've also started taking a lot of pictures, and they help the writing. The pictures help the writing. I mean, I want to make books.
I want to take pictures and then write all over the pictures. And then I don't have to say a complete story, because I have the picture, and I have just a word. On Bella Swan in New Moon (2009): Well, she loses what basically gives her the drive to do anything in her whole life. She loses the man she's in love with, but she also loses her entire life plan, and she's so young to have to be forced into a decision like that.
It's just a glorified, elaborate version of the worst breakup you've ever been through. All of a sudden, you question everything. All of a sudden, you know nothing and you're dropped in the middle of a freezing cold ocean. Oddly, we have a character that's warm enough and bright enough to bring her out of that, and it's truly gut-ripping. Because as perfect as Jacob is for her, she holds on to an ideal, the ultimate fiery love that she has for Edward even though it's not comfortable, it's not practical and it's not a good idea.
On how her life has changed since (2008): My life hasn't changed. Most circumstances I find myself in are different than they were a year ago, but I myself haven't changed. However a normal 18-year-old girl would change in a year. But it makes things so much easier. I would do it for free every day [even] if nobody saw it. I cannot describe how good it feels to actually have something that is truly into your heart and soul actually affecting people.
And that's amazing. So that's the biggest change. On whether she wants to continue making movies or go to college: I absolutely have no foresight. I used to think I had a lot when I was younger. I worked really hard in school to give myself options, and I've literally taken those options and thrown them down the toilet. Purposely - not to make that sound totally negative. It's what I want.
I want to keep doing what I'm doing. It's funny, people ask me all the time: 'What do you do for fun?
What do you do when you're not acting?' It's a strange thing, acting. It's a business, it's a job, everything like that. All it is, is self-reflection. You just never stop caring about people and I've never stopped doing that, so I'm sure it'll seep into other areas of my life.
I want to write. I'm not going to school because I can't take the structure of it, but I'm not going to stop learning. Usually, I come in and sit down at roundtables in America and they look at me like 'What is wrong with you?' Just because I don't fit.
Nobody fits into the frame that typical Hollywood young actresses do, but they try to. They try to be this thing. Try to memorize answers and make everybody happy.
That's so horrifying and scary to me. So when you're not that, you get criticized for it. You get criticized for being honest and criticized for being nervous.
So that's kind of annoying. I do a whole day of press and then I get calls from publicity people that are like 'You might want to be a little bit more bubbly.' And I'm like 'no'.
People get very upset in the States. Fans of the book especially. They don't understand me. Which is fine. I guess it doesn't really matter who I am, it just matters that they like the movie.
On doing interviews: Self-evaluation is not my strong point, and you're constantly asked to critique yourself. You just spent three months on a set and your whole life is wrapped up in that - and then it's like, 'Okay, define that right now in five seconds.'
I can't do that. I used to get so nervous that I would become a completely different person - and then they would think that was me. So I've tried to calm down, but no one's ever going to write, 'Oh, she's actually just a pretty f---in' average chick who really loves what she does.' That's not gonna happen. On how fame changed her life: There's nothing you can do about it, to be honest. I don't leave my hotel room -- literally, I don't.
I don't talk to anybody about my personal life, and maybe that perpetuates it, too. But it's really important to own what you own and keep it to yourself. That said, the only way for me not to have somebody know where I went the night before is if I didn't go out at all. It depends on what mood I'm in. Some nights, I think, 'You know what? I don't care.
I'm going to do what I want to do.' Then the next day I think, 'Ugh.
Now everyone thinks I'm going out to get the attention.' And I'm like, 'No, actually, for a second, thought that maybe I could be like a normal person.' It's weird, because I would be the last person in my school to be in plays, but I was forced to sing a song in a school thing. I sang a dreidel song, which is funny for me. I've never celebrated Hanukkah - it wasn't in my upbringing, but it was one of those deals where everybody has to pick a song or participate somehow in the chorus.
It wasn't the normal dreidel song; I can't really remember the words, but it was a more serious dreidel song. The dreidel was huge, it was really honored. And that's how I met my agent, who was in the audience. [on choosing to leave public school] School became genuinely uncomfortable. I was feeling a little self-conscious about the acting thing with my peers, but also my teachers became a problem. They didn't want to do the extra work or put packages together so I could keep up while away.
They failed me. My teachers failed me. Not one, but all of them. Bcc 3d Objects Free Download Sony Vegas.
I'm always slightly ashamed, in a way, about what I do. I'm slightly embarrassed as I had such serious ambitions when I was younger. I just never imagined that I would ever have a reason not to go to school, but then this happened. [on playing Marylou in (2012)] She's generous in every aspect of her life and she wants it back just at much. I'm a slightly different person.
I think that I liken myself much more to Sal's character, so to be that person running down the street with everyone chasing after was different. I think also she's so completely self-aware but not self-conscious and the same time and, like, I don't know how else to describe it other than there's just a generosity of absolutely everything. Because she wants everything in return she is willing to give you absolutely anything and I'm not like that. So it was fun.
I also think that's why I loved the book initially. I wanna keep up with these characters. It's not that I'm so not like them, it's just that they inspire me.
[on moving back and forth between independent and studio films] - I feel equally invested and fervently drawn to every part I've done. I've never done anything where I was like, 'Okay, let's just get this one finished.' A lot of actors say 'One for them, one for me', but I could never do that. I would be terrible. They would fire me. If you step outside of yourself and start tactically maneuvering your career, it actually makes no sense whatsoever, I don't think it's possible. Sure, there are sociopathic actors out there.
But acting requires your heart to be so, so in it. Every single time I agree to do a movie, I'm terrified. I think, 'Oh my God, am I really going to tell them that I can do this?'
But then I jump in. It's always the same, the budget makes no difference. [on the negative reaction to (2016) at the Cannes Film Festival] If I was a journalist who wanted people to click on my article I would say 'Kristen Stewart Gets Booed at Cannes'.
That's exactly what I would publish to get people to click on the article, you know. I think Personal Shopper takes a minute to digest.
I think that initial, quick reaction is something people at film festivals feel entitled to, because they're allowed to have the first opinion. And when they didn't know how they felt they just say 'NO'. This movie is definitely not handed to you. You see a movie and you walk out with a friend, whoever you've seen it with and you're quiet and you don't talk about it maybe until tomorrow. That's the kind of movie that it is.