Algeria keeps me awake at night. What about you?
I do not want to work to correspond to an image.
I am a follower of hyaluronic acid - always in small doses, of course - to fill wrinkles and fine lines.
If I don't work very often, it's because what I read is written for formidable actresses, but actresses who make a habit of playing with their cup half full.
I've learned that to expose yourself, to reveal yourself is a test of your humanness.
There has already been the karmic work: that what life has transformed in me, this initiation brought on, of necessity, by trials.
I find the heated political debate over the burkini both ridiculous and dangerous.
I take risks, but I don't lose respect for my real self. Because what's going to happen afterwards? How are you going to get back? Is there going to be a train, or will it be after midnight and you can't go home again?
For me to get up and feel the urge to go to the set and all that, I have to feel there is something tremendously vibrating to achieve there. I need to lose sometimes a consciousness of the person and the reality in order to be happy to come back into the reality and happier to live it for this cause, to be an artist in this life.