While previewing Eileen at the Sundance Film Festival, Anne Hathaway recalled the moment, at just 16, when a reporter asked her if she was “a good girl or a bad girl.”
Last Saturday Eileenthe new thriller with Anne Hathaway e Thomas’s McKenziepremiered at Sundance Film Festival. It seems that her dark history has triggered something deep inside Hathaway, prompting her to bring back a I remember about his past during the Q&A after the screening.
“I just remembered that one of the very first questions a reporter asked me when I started acting was, ‘Are you a good girl or a bad girl?’. I was 16 and the part of me that’s still 16 wanted to respond with this film”.
In Eileen Anne Hathaway plays the role of a sinister and attractive psychologist who will involve the protagonist of the film, Thomasin McKenzie, in a relationship that mixes love, interest, secrets and a violence yet to be defined.
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“I thought it was an amazing project”, said the actress, revealing that she became interested in the film after seeing Lady MacBeth by William Oldroyd, the director. Anne pointed out: “I saw a study on women that really, really touched me and I felt that Will was a director who could be trusted to tell complicated stories, especially about women.”.
Eileen was adapted by Ottessa Moshfegh, author of the novel of the same name, and Luke Goebel.
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