I think female sexuality in the film is something which is objectified. The creature that Scarlett plays in the film exists to be objectified. She’s there to be objectified. And what she does in the course of the film, in her own discovery, is she reclaims that, she de-eroticizes her own image, actually. It seems to me to be somehow in line with Scarlett’s life as an actress, and in the way she’s objectified. There’s a parallel idea of her reclaiming her image, and her sexuality in this film, which I think she does. - Jonathan Glazer (x)
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I’m one of those people who pretends I’ve seen Gone With the Wind but I’ve never seen it. People ask me if I’ve seen something and I lie so I don’t sound like an idiot (x)
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Rooney attends the ‘Trash’ Red Carpet during The 9th Rome Film Festival at Auditorium Parco Della Musica on October 18, 2014 in Rome, Italy.
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