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“There is an industry in the world – an industry worth millions, billions of dollars – which is based on hiding things. Correctors. Body shaper. Filler. Various types of procedures. Hair accessories. Hair products. Everything is done to hide who we really are ”. That is how Jamie Lee Curtis reports on social networks a thought elaborated during an interview granted to Entertainment Weeklyin which she told how liberating it was to finally play a role that allowed her to show herself naturally.
In the new science fiction film Everything everywhere all at once (directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), the famous American actress, now sixty-three, plays Deidre Beaubeirdra, an extravagant anti-glamor character, with no attention to aesthetics and, indeed, particularly unkempt. It is precisely this slovenliness that Jamie Lee Curtis has found incredibly liberating.
Claiming the right to be herself, without frills and manipulations, and the will to stop adhering to rigid and fake Hollywood canonssaid: “I have been holding my belly since I was 11, the age when you start to be aware of your body, and you wear skin-tight jeans.”
Instead for this film, which has as its main protagonist Michelle YeohJamie Lee Curtis deliberately “relaxed every single muscle that I used to use to hide reality“. The belly that her character shows off is hers, it’s natural, it’s not a prosthesis and it’s not a stage fiction, it’s her real waistline, which the actress shows for the first time: “I’m proud to introduce you to Deidre Beaubeirdra. I have never felt freer, creatively and physically ”.
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