Charlotte Gainsbourg Quotes


30 Charlotte Gainsbourg quotes:



"In Franc, you're with the crew, and you have lunch with them. It's more like a family."
"You don't even need the director's judgement. It's too much."
"At the beginning it wasn't to do with the work, it was more the experience."
"Everyone gets the feeling that they know you and they know your life, and I felt really embarrassed by that."
"Girls can wear jeans, cut their hair short, wear shirts and boots, 'cause it's okay to be a boy, but for a boy to look like a girl is degrading."
"I couldn't do anything else, I enjoy it so much. But I find it tough."
"I don't feel I have to share everything."
"I found it very difficult to explain to someone why you did a film. It's not like having a conversation."
"I hated seeing myself on screen. I was full of complexes. I hated my face for a very, very long time."
"I hope I'll consider my next part, having learnt from this one."
"I still find it hard to push my own limits. I know where my limits are and that I always have to push myself."
"I thought people would ask me really personal questions because I've shown more of myself, but it's a comedy, and people understand that it's a game we play."
"I used to hate being recognised."
"I was putting all those pressures on myself."
"I wasn't getting the responses I hoped for. You can't protect yourself from other judgments."
"I'm a very shy person towards my intimacy and private life."
"I'm desperate to work again. I've often had those periods, but two years was the longest."
"In France I'm very private, I don't like talking about my life, and I imagined that people would think that I'm now an open book."
"It's more than a job. It's very personal, so when you're hurt, you're really hurt inside."
"It's nice that we have all these different films."



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