Matthew is not your standard American prude—he has, after all, a deep interest in French culture, and, like the siblings, an almost unhealthy obsession with cinema. His room, in the Sorrento Hotel, had the kind of size and splendor that terrified every card in your wallet. She knows, understands actors and tries to get the best out of them. And he's so creative, you get near him and it's very electric. I was a bit scared at the beginning - but it was a good Bond and it made me bankable - money, money! She's an heroine, not a "potiche". Green is Jewish,     as is her mother, who has Sephardic Jewish ancestry. I thought it was quite charming. After a quick scan of my brain's recording of what I had just missed, I reached the real time of the words flowing out of his beautiful mouth. Pitt smoked a lot, paced around the room when he was thinking, survived on steak and raw vegetables, and drank black coffee constantly, and when he looked at you, it was always directly into your eyes. He's a master of love and eroticism, but it's good because I stopped being self-conscious. I can be quite mad, and young, but I'm not the kind of person who goes out to nightclubs and goes crazy. They're too puritan, too uptight. The sex scenes were quite full on and frank in The Dreamers I met her when she was doing a play in France, and I was very intimidated - you feel very wobbly and like a big geek. Well, I'm not Daniel Day-Lewis.