Sunday, October 16, 2011

Deep Questions from Hollywood

From this weekend’s Belfast Telegraph:
Kirsten Dunst wears different scents depending on what character she’s playing.

The American actress thinks that a choice of fragrance is a good indication of what a person is like. Kirsten revealed that smelling a particular way helps her get into a role, so she doesn’t have a signature scent herself.
So . . .

Wearing scent is part of the Stanislavski approach to acting?

Not having a signature personal scent makes Kirsten Dunst the equivalent of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille in Patrick Süskind’s Perfume: Story of a Murderer?


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