Hollywood star Emma Thompson says her n*ked scene in ‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’ was “the hardest thing” she’s ever carried out.
The Academy Award-winner has admitted she discovered it difficult getting n*ked for the digital camera and highlighted how ladies have been “brainwashed all our lives to hate our bodies”, studies femalefirst.co.uk.
Speaking at a press convention for Berlin’s Berlinale Special Gala, Emma Thompson stated: “If I stand in entrance of a mirror, I’m all the time kind of pulling one thing, or I’ll flip to the facet, I’ll do one thing. I can’t simply stand there. Why would I try this, it’s horrifying.
Emma Thompson added, “But that’s the problem, isn’t it, that women have been brainwashed all our lives to hate our bodies. That’s just the fact. And everything that surrounds us reminds us how imperfect we are, and everything is wrong with us.”
She stated: “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. So I really did something I’ve never done as an actor.”
Emma Thompson inspired the viewers to “just accept” and “not judge” themselves the subsequent time they see themselves within the nude.
Her newest feedback on the topic come after the veteran actress lately mentioned the “dreadful demands” positioned upon ladies to take care of good figures.
She stated: “Nothing has changed in the dreadful demands made upon women in the real-world world but also in acting. This thing of having to be thin is still the same as it ever was, and actually in some ways I think it’s worse now.”
The ‘Cruella’ actress shrugged off the concept of going beneath the knife and stated it’s a “very strange thing to do” when ageing is “completely natural”.
Asked if she’s ever thought-about beauty surgical procedure, she stated: “Why would you try this to your self? I merely don’t perceive.
“I do honestly think the cutting of yourself off to put it in another place in order to avoid appearing to do what you’re actually doing, which is aging, which is completely natural, is a form of collective psychosis. I really do think it’s a very strange thing to do.”
Emma Thompson defined she has “always” been towards cosmetic surgery, noting she is towards ladies being instructed what “to do” with their very own our bodies.
She added: “I’ve always thought that, though. But I’ve always been a kind of card-carrying, militant feminist when it comes to women’s bodies and what’s been done to them, what we’re told to expect of ourselves, what we’re told to do to ourselves.”