Acting is the work of two people-it's only possible when you have the complicity, the help, even the manipulation of a director.
People love coming on television, even if they have to show their miseries.
There's nothing more human than two people making love.
When I said I was going to audition for a film, I got a hearty laugh from all my family.
You can fake your age or mask it, but the passion that moves the characters has to be real.
When you have to get into the character each morning, give it your voice, your face, it was torture.
Compared to dancing, films seemed to me to be the work of lay bums. There was no physical pain; it was enough to say and imagine what was in the script. It was very easy for me.
I really wanted to work and become independent.
I like men with some belly who are a little over the hill.
I went to dance classes from 9 in the morning until 1, then to school from 3 to 10 at night, always under the threat that if I failed a single course I could forget about dancing.
My first vocation was dance.
The film kept me from working as a secretary. It was a real stroke of luck. A miracle.