On Leonardo DiCaprio: What is he - eleven? thirteen? I could play his nanny.
I met him and thought, so what?
On love rival Isabelle Adjani - 'I'm eight years younger, 3 inches taller and I've got boobs!
I want to spread my curiosity and my abilities farther than my continent, because I think being an actress is something universal, ... And I want to have more choices.
She's a woman who has to sell her baby to get some money. She comes from a very low social class
I don't know him
Sometimes I don't understand what he says because he's so American, ... He improvises a lot. I don't, so we complete each other very well.
Genre aside, I'd like to make a film about people.
I think it's almost easier to make people cry than to make people laugh.
You can perform all kind of characters but you cannot change what people feel for you.
As you know it is a comedy so everything is a little bit pushed. That's what's funny about this kind of movie is you can laugh about the absurdity, and the bad side of life.
There is no doubt that this film is autobiographical, but at the same time it also tries to portray an ordinary couple in a language that everyone can understand.
What I am interested in is the present time.
I just heard a very funny story about somebody who died yesterday, I'm sorry to say so but it was so absurd that you can't help laughing. And the person that was concerned about that story was laughing too.
I find the subject of childhood fascinating. I explored this subject in Speak to me of love and I am curious about portraying the often painful transition into the adult world.