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” [Laughs.] And I got to read the book and got excited. This is what she does: These are her girls; she mothers them, she takes care of them. That’s why she can hang out with the Butcher and have the connections that she does. God, it just makes me feel like a child when I think about that. To this day, it’s hard to find people like us, who want to kind of find deep truths, not just skirt above the top of it. But I don’t really remember anything about the character, only being up really late at night trying to learn a lot of dialogue. He did so many of the Rude Awakening episodes, so it was fun. uh, yeah, “fun and embarrassing” kind of sums it up. Rude Awakening (1998-2001)—“Billie Frank”SF: AVC: So how did Rude Awakening come about? I can’t really do it justice out of context, because it’s such a politically incorrect thing that’s being said in this scene, but Lynn Redgrave would call my sister-in-law a vagina, and every time she’d say it, we just couldn’t stop laughing. Well, to me, it’s so off-balance, because on one hand there were three different entities, each of which wanted it to be something else, and they would fight amongst themselves. And then because it was on Showtime, there’d have to be the token naked girl in every episode, where someone runs through and has a line—or not! [Laughs.] Sometimes there’d be things said that I’d be embarrassed about! It’s just kind of a weird, surreal thing that happens. Some people are like, “Oh, no, just do it quick, we have to shoot the lead,” but for him, that’s not finding the truth. Boxing Helena (1993)—“Helena”AVC: What was it like working with two generations of Lynches? SF: Well, I went to the Cannes Film Festival, and I was seven or eight months pregnant, so I had something far more amazing on the verge. ” Something happened, though, because I know we had a good time filming it. They had all of these other girls, and I wasn’t supposed to be a main character, so… Two Moon Junction (1988)—“April”Meridian: Kiss Of The Beast (1990)—“Catherine”SF: … [Laughs.] Anyway, that’s when I first met her, but then when she wrote this other role a few years later, she knew my hair was dark again, so I could come back as a different character, so she asked me to play Anna.
I was nervous, because I felt like I had on so much weight, but then I felt like it kind of worked for her. AVC: Did you ever imagine her as being Audrey Horne if she’d never left One Eyed Jack’s, or was that just the Twin Peaks fans who did that? Charlie [Sheen] was doing it, and other people I knew were in it. If you’re a young woman in Hollywood, then they want you to look a certain way and paint you in this and that. We had takes where we just couldn’t stop laughing, and when that happens, you can’t even get a fucking scene finished. We had one where Lynn was just so mad at us, but we still started laughing every time. He just knows how to be grateful for the present, and he knows how to see the magic in the seemingly mundane. [Laughs.] AVC: Did you detect any genetic similarities in their styles? AVC: When it was mauled by the critics, did you roll with it, or were you taken aback? AVC: When you first saw it, were you instantly appalled, or did you still think that there still might be merit to it? I don’t know that I’ve seen a lot of things I’ve done from beginning to end. Then, of course, the next thing you know, he’s got Heroes.
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