Michelle Williams scored a Golden Globe nomination for her performance as a wife in a fractured relationship in film drama Blue Valentine.
Williams, 30, perhaps best known for her performance in Brokeback Mountainsat down to talk about the valentine film that looks at the beginning, and end, of a once happy marriage, the sex scene that sparked controversy, and why she is proud to be a part of it.
Most films scene shot out of order, but for Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance wanted everything shot chronologically -- from the romantic beginning to the sex present.
What was that like? The lines get blurry, but it's very exciting to present something that feels as close to life as possible. You and Ryan took a month off between shooting the past and present and actually lived together in character.
We were hesitant blue burn it to the ground. We had gone to the strangest, silliest, most intimate places.
Your characters have a little daughter. Ever think about using your 5-year old daughter for that scene The things that were happening -- the bad vibes of a relationship for instance -- felt very real. In it, there were a few very sweet, very light scenes that were more about playing.
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