Wanda Woodward, Cry Baby
Myths associated with Aran sweaters (from the Aran Islands, west coast of Ireland) range from specific symbolism attached to the stitching patterns, the romantic idea that each family had their own pattern to allow to identify deceased fishermen lost at sea, and there are traditional/ancestral…
"I want to play real women, I want to play women who are not senile, who are not about to keel over, who are still able to conduct meaningful, useful lives at their age, and be part of society 100 per cent. I don’t want to play stereotypes. I want to play intelligent, smart ladies who happen to be 80 or 90 or whatever… They simply don’t write them. I could say that that’s a big mistake, certainly, in our society today, because there’s an absolutely enormous number of older people who are able to lead active, productive lives, contribute to society and to make a difference, If somebody sends me a script that shows these qualities, I’m going to listen, I’m going to read it and I’m going to hope that somebody might take a chance and cast me in that role."
Jean-Claude Drouot and Anna Karina in Laughter in the Dark (which is sadly unavailable anywhere, as many of Anna’s films are), 1969.
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