Movies make you immortal and ageless.
I find it difficult to explain, but I'm quite ashamed of being an actress.
Having a leading man who is actually prettier than you are is quite upsetting.
I'm not at all fed up with British films, but I am fed up with playing upper-class people.
Seeing The English Patient is wonderfully draining, but imagine acting in it for six months.
I find it very difficult to be two different characters at the same time - actress and mother.
There's something incredibly sexy about sand and sweat and dunes photographed like women's backs.
People are always saying, English, English, English rose, and I just feel so completely different.
Buy, buy, buy, buy! They want to grab you and trap you and turn you into little Elizabeth Hurleys.
I never go straight to the point if I can go the most difficult way. Why be simple when you can be complicated?