On the nature of art: "I don't think art is black and white or has a beginning or an end. It's a constant discovery process. It's an evolution of new things -- in the case of an actor, the human condition -- that inspire you and make you obsessive and haunt you and excite you."
On becoming an actor at 19 after a knee injury sidelined a career in ballet: "I was mourning something I thought I had lost completely. I had to reevaluate why I loved dance so much in order to find something that could substitute it. It took me really looking at it and understanding that it was the storytelling. It was taking on a character in storytelling, and [acting] was a natural."
On what she won't do on film: "It's not about what you won't do. For me, it's more about, "Is this the story that I want to explore for the next year of my life?"
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The Hollywood Reporter