Indiana Jones, Lara Croft or Professor Layton?
Nowaday the problem of osteoporosis in zebras is reaching monumental dimensions. Are you doing something to mitigate the problem?
But of course! I will chastely sleep in a bunk bed with a fan one night every two weeks. The proceeds ($1,400/night) will be granted to a foundation for the cure of osteoporosis in zebras.
How is your relationship with movie directors?
Directors have a tendency to become unbearable if you contradict them, so I just pay no heed to their ramblings.
When you were a little girl, did you see acting as your career?
Yes sir! Even though it was my second choice. First one was pope. Or maybe pharmacist, it was a hard choice.
Could you tell us something about the plot of your next movie?
Just a hint. The title of the movie is "Justin, Jennifer and the gazelle". There are a woman and a man, which live in San Francisco, but they do not know each other. She is a master fisher while he is a CIA agent. When Jennifer's pet gazelle Trumbaloo got rheumatism they meet at the vet and fall in love. Then they realize that only Catwoman can save Trumbaloo and so they begin an adventurous journey in Puerto Rico, where Catwoman is hiding.
Do you remember which is the first award you ever won?
I won the "Bronze Zebra Cup" assigned by the city of San Francisco for "extraordinary and superfluous acting achievement" at the age of 9.
Your work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To steel my character, I periodically doze on a bed made of rough sandpaper and shards of glass generously dusted with pepper.
Is there a deep moral hidden in your "Spring Breakers"?
Yes, that things always get worse before they get better.
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