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DP/30: We Need To Talk About Kevin, actor Tilda Swinton

2 Responses to “DP/30: We Need To Talk About Kevin, actor Tilda Swinton”

  1. Paul MD (Stella's Boy) says:

    Great interview DP. She’s very insightful and engaging. Her performance in this movie is easily the best I’ve seen this year and it will be terribly unfortunate if she doesn’t receive a Best Actress nomination. Kevin is a great film too, horrifying and devastating. My favorite yet from Lynne Ramsey.

  2. Lola says:

    ahh I love you Tilda xo #Swinstitution

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