in an interview with parisian“Desperate Housewives” translator Bree Van de Kamp doesn’t mince words about the “ageist” influence in the American film industry.
Marcia Cross does not want to give in to the call of the scalpel. the heroine of Desperate Housewives in an interview with the newspaper, he told about his struggle against youth at this stage of his career Parisian , was released on Wednesday, March 22. When asked by our colleague about her recent auditions and possible next screen roles, the actress frankly shares her doubts and uncertainties. “They don’t offer me much anymore. I have just started to go behind the camera a little, I also give lessons. I open doors to new experiences. I don’t know what the future holds for me,” he says.
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“Pressure” to not age.
The reporter then asks the sixty-something actress if it’s harder to find roles in Hollywood than in Europe; [son] Age.” “Absolutely, and it hurts,” she admits, criticizing the prevailing standards of beauty in the American film industry. “Because we don’t all have to look the same, have full lips and a perfect chin. There’s pressure to not age. Lately, I almost applied. my face, because it seems to me that everyone does it. I changed my mind, but maybe one day I will be,” she admits. At the age of 60, she claims that today she has come to terms with her image: “I I feel good in my body, which I haven’t always had. It can take a lifetime to get there.”
Men, as they age, they continue to work, but for women, it becomes more and more difficult
Marcia Cross in Le Parisien newspaper
Kimberly Shaw Translator Melrose Place: concludes the interview by expressing regret, however, for the unequal treatment of her male colleagues. “Men continue to work as they age, but for women it becomes more and more difficult. The problem is that we don’t want to stand with time, stand with death, especially in the United States,” he laments.
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Source: Le Figaro