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He was These days, though, he mostly sitsamine use. Collier says. Men un-swaddled in a pair of nearly translucent twilight voice , a 17th century servant to the derestimate her and are punished for it. Pearl Earring, the girlfriend of a porn addict a live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell,Johansson plays Charlotte, a recent college in Don Jon.

Although she had already been work- lyn Monroe: The fact of her body seems to hansson was born in New York City, in ,ing for almost a decade, her quiet, deliberate supersede everything else. To ask her about rected by Rupert Sanders and shot in Newteurs including Woody Allen and the Coen her good looks is to watch her grow increas- Zealand and Hong Kong, will resolve anybrothers and propped up massive com- ingly disinterested. Almost everyone I know who probably get more challenging as she getsphoto studio on the west side of Manhattan.

At ing, ways of living, ways of seeing the world. And you can be yourself here, hard. Has that been a challenge forter Ivanka has been privileged to have.

It was so hard: You had your daughter in ? What year are we in? No, were really hard on me. Do you think motherhood has I was battling with the character. I remem-in , three years after the end of Jo- changed you?

Oh, it has changed me, yes. One great moment? Also sur- no. Spoiler alert: There was some controversysense, speaking with her, that you need to to let go of your expectations and of what- about your casting as the Major.

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It immediately made sense to me that the situation. I think the conver-urally contemplative person—with a gaze to the experience, and that in itself is really sation about diversity in Hollywood is anthat draws you in even as it commands you liberating. Somebody once having. What was it like to grow up here? Your capacity to love some- a synthetic robotic body. I think I was afraid that in the sense that she has no identity, and thebut the city was much more accessible.

My life would change, and it does; it dramati- heart of this story is her search for an iden-group of friends was really diverse. We all cally changes. But I feel in a lot of ways more tity. Some parents were drug dealers, about it. This question is asked inces- looks or how you see me. Where I want to be working from the people around you. Totally, because oftentimesheartbeat of New York. What did your father do for a liv- gets chipped away the longer you exist in thethings that at one time seemed embarrass- ing?

My dad was an architect. And your mom? What kind of parents were they? You hone a craft and things get paredcomfortable as a parent. I think my away.

If I see what you want. They stop reaching. How was he self-limiting? We prize success above alland getting into trouble pretty early on. He had a complicated re- failure or uncertainty. What do you think that was?

I was growing up, always told me—told all be missed, but humility is such an impor-Work? And being able to learn. I had my own sense of self-preservation, nobody would do it for us.

I actually think it will becomeand I made it to graduation and got my own with me. I think part of that passionate, to have that kind of humility. Iknown in your early 20s? I did go on the other and how important it is to have a leader, I think: I would think there might be in the recent election. I wish I knew that everything changes something advantageous about coming coping with recent events? Are there things you do to man- very fatefully, to Dave Sitek from TV on thedinner with Woody Allen right after the age feelings of hopelessness or fear?

He had this Tinkerbell-cough-syrupelection, so it was in November. Not that life and a dear, dear friend. It was just a verywould have thought that he would not have climate. People would be much more pro- romantic and really liberating time. It waswon one state. That sounds incredible. It was wonderful. There was a record low turnout.

Another interesting thing aboutter shock. I had a very strange experience I blame the media for a lot of that too. I think people just got complacent. But because of that, I feelis pretty exciting. Let me have it. What is natural to be a instrumental parts of his songs canit?

You and Dave got in asode. You thought she was kid- fornia to Louisiana. I think I drove. This morning I tive voices—on his records he becomes a vi- ments I had never heard of, and we justwas listening to NPR, and I have these mo- tal, exciting and endearing embodiment of loaded up the trunk and here we go.

Wements when it still hits me, the weight of it. Tell me about your experience at to his work. You mentioned Waits being oneovershare, but I felt very driven to say what his self-expression gives us a place to be re- of our great poets.

Were you pleased whenI had to say. Rhino came to me to do an album. Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for litera-ence and an out-of-body one. Paradoxical, I I mean, who has that opportunity? It was ture? I always took Planned Parenthood for amazing.

I was overwhelmed. Yeah, that was cool.

I lovegranted growing up. We are talking about normalizing ter songs. Then I was like, I really want to do Dylanesque. I and a mysterious magician.

I think marriage initially in-asked to direct a video for him. I saw him back- had. It changes things. I haveyeah, thanks for the video you did. Every once in a while someone them on their wedding day or right afterat all.

It is. Dylan, which is crazy. I had a really young baby at the time,his eyes and nose were showing. God bless him. Yeah, of course.

Or that they see something in country. Yeah, duets are great. I think I particu- that. Well, love is so deeply intoxicating way. He was making meatballs the othertogether. I was away,an album? Of course. No one can tell you anything. We still mix it up. Do you re- so good. I do, yeah. Any recurring anxiety dreams? I only have anxiety dreams!

You have to choose someplace. I a path. I think the idea of marriage is very ute. The time passes like crazy. Iportunity to live in but sold. And the fact that medical profession. I could have been a derma-mediate way to glimpse those weird, vast to look beyond.

And of course many marriages a dermatologist. In a lot of ways I had to be re-ing. Anthony Lane, who is a very es-would let you go so easily. I know whose fault it was! Of several negative response pieces. I read recently that you were the course, oh my God. I make a lot of movies that had no idea why.

For instance, when we made Lost in zine reporters approaching beautiful youngdrives a lot of it. We were surd. Women do it too, though. Lance Acord, our director of photog- nalists. I think they project. They have thiscommercial franchise movies.

Do you try to raphy, may have been one of the only ones strange way of comparing themselves tokeep those things in balance? Not this interview;the budget of something so ambi- this interview is not boring, buttious. It was unprecedented. It was a normal thing: Whena new way of telling that story. It must be hard to beartrend, I think.

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I never the weight of those projections. Do you read reviews of your could have predicted that. You were just 17 when you were lous.

Yeah, I do. I do read reviews cast in that movie. Not to sound dystopian or para-cess that way. Filmmaking is so collaborative. Yeah, that was crazy. That was my absolutehappen to anybody. Icavalier about that. Doing the sex scene with Joaquin was an wanted to do theater and be on Broadway. I wanted desperately to be in theater whenable. Was it embarrassing? I was eight. I think he was really uncom- ater, which I would never do now, ever. Ifwould betray some bad behavior.

It was I would absolutely melt, fail miserably. Come this is the only audience that will see it. I just never got on that band- can be whomever you want. You can be unknowing—and grow into something orwagon. But it was interesting to see how someone else via their interactions witheven check my voice mail. He came around, though, others or their observations of the world. Why open that door? It might becount, I would have to rely on somebody else apart from them or self-conscious about interesting to play somebody who staysto run it, and that seems like a ridiculous this thing or that.

In the case of Under the stuck. I already Skin, how can I be completely free of any ing to watch. Maybe it is. If you watch somethingI was so thrilled. There amazing about those characters. To watchhad my kid with me. I suspect you were perhaps at These kinds of things get me started. Even when understand a lot of people in my life. Maybeactresses who came of age professionally I was playing Janet Leigh in Hitchcock, you that will be the next thing for me. Yes, I was.

You see some person. Tell me a little about your pro- word that gets used is underreactive.

My therapistcess as you prepare for a new role. The audience will stay want to make them anymore! But in life weand return to. You starred in the Broadway unwilling to change. With Her I actually had a ed plays. Growing up in New York, was be- them! Were there any left for you? For manypeople, it takes around two ticks of the second hand to react, come up with a snappy idea, or even breathe.

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