Critics have a responsibility to put things in a cultural and sociological or political context. That is important.
Five billion people have played Hamlet. 'To be or not to be'. And how do you do that and find your way into your own journey, your own way of telling it?
If you can open people's hearts first, then maybe people's minds get opened after that.
Most women would say they relate to 'Hedda Gabler' — there's a part of her in them. Ibsen was writing about a deep ambivalence that many women feel about domesticity. I think about myself and friends of mine — we have some of Hedda's qualities and traits.
There's love for your parents, your family, your spouse, your partner, your friends, but the nature of the connection you have with your child, there's nothing like it. It has its own character and it's so serious and so powerful, and so it's a prism through which I see everything.
I love being busy, and I love having a lot going on; it's exciting.
Acting is not about being famous, it's about exploring the human soul.