I once hit Quentin on the head with my ball and chain.
I certainly look at them very differently now, and enjoy Jackie Chan movies and movies like that.
I didn't understand the American fascination with the Japanese schoolgirl. No, I don't think I can, really.
I think probably like seeing women fight because we're generally not thought to be strong, especially in the case of this movie.
It was pretty much the way that it was when I first read it, although one exception would be that some ideas that I had were also incorporated into the script.
I loved playing Go Go, because the character's so extreme. And she's pretty close to my real character. Especially the fact that she liked her sword with a lot of accessories.
We started with the basics of kicking and punching, then we moved on once we got proficient in that, we moved on to working with the weapons, and from then on working with the wires.
Obviously, a skirt does present certain problems that I had to be aware of. But when it came to the shoot and we were rolling, I didn't really pay it any attention. It wasn't too bad.
Julie Dryfus and I were both afraid of heights and in one scene, I had to be quite high up and I was rather terrified, but Julie was very kind, encouraging me and we got through that together.
Up until doing this movie, I hadn't really paid a huge amount of attention to those genres, but after finishing this movie, it really gave me a different sense of appreciation of the way the movies play out.