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Both the dance piece and her artworks will be shown this autumn, as part of Ju'bi Lation, a season of events at the National Theatre and the British Film Institute dedicated to her.'It's frustrating, because you feel you're getting it and then your body doesn't follow,' she laments, smiling wryly, of learning to dance at the age of 43.'Dancers are trained to learn things quickly but I'm like, "How does this work?
"' She lets out a laugh and rolls her eyes, advising me to see her at the end of the run and not the start.
Was she worried about getting a negative reaction to this new direction?
"Betrayal," a dramatic revival; written by Harold Pinter; directed by David Leveaux; with Juliette Binoche (portraying Emma); Liev Schreiber (portraying Jerry); John Slattery (portraying Robert); and Mark Lotito (portraying Waiter); on Broadway at the Roundabout Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
The actresses, who star together in Clouds Of Sils Maria, were very much on the same page when it came to fashion on Wednesday as they arrived for the movie's screening at the Lincoln Center in New York.
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She thinks hard about this, looking left, her face taut with attention, a little tired, perhaps. Despite being famous for her sexiness and beauty (she now thinks she went nude too often in the films she made in the late 1980s), she resisted Hollywood's call - she turned down a part in Jurassic Park and refused even to audition for the part that went to Emmanuelle Béart in Mission: Impossible 'because I read the script and I thought, "What am I doing in this story? I feel I'm allowing myself to be myself.'I ask if she regrets any of her choices.
'I think to make an encounter with a person of the opposite sex, with anyone, is very important because it forces you, somehow, to be in contact with yourself,' she says at last. "' Binoche felt the character was merely a foil to the other lead roles. I don't know if it helps the feminine in the world - the image of women?
It traces the collision of three siblings' divergent lives when their mother, the heiress to a valuable art collection, suddenly dies. She has two children, too, and about the same age, so we get together a lot.
Binoche plays Adrienne, the daughter who has left France and the family and become a successful designer in New York. 'There's something of me that's not scared of going away, you know. But we were so different, it was hard to play together. I was like, playing, playing, playing - "Come with me. And she does documentaries and she's a photographer, so we've been working together.'Was it weird for Marion when she became so famous? 'When I was 18 she left for China for six months, and before she left I was trying to survive as an actress.