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Kate Winslet:Vanity Fair interview

30/11/2008

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For this shoot in Los Angeles, Winslet was channeling the Deneuve character from Belle de Jour, about a housewife moonlighting as a daytime prostitute. Luis Buñuel directed the 1967 film. Photograph by Steven Meisel; styled by Jessica Diehl.

For this shoot in Los Angeles, Winslet was channeling the Deneuve character from Belle de Jour, about a housewife moonlighting as a daytime prostitute. Luis Buñuel directed the 1967 film. Photograph by Steven Meisel; styled by Jessica Diehl.

Vanity Fair has an interview with the lovely Kate Winslet, reporter Krista Smith:-

Two years ago, at 31, Kate Winslet became the youngest actress ever to earn five Oscar nominations. This go-round, either of her two new movies—Revolutionary Road, which re-unites her with Leonardo DiCaprio, or The Reader—could put a statue in her hands. Winslet talks about having been a fat girl, getting checked out by the moms at her kids’ school, and going one-on-one with DiCaprio for her husband, director Sam Mendes.

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