Anna Kendrick reveals why the character of a woman who experienced emotional abuse “resonated” with her. Anna Kendrick shares the reason why her performance in Alice, Darling “resonated” with her.
Pitch Perfect actress shared
The Pitch Perfect actress shared how to play Alice, a woman who experiences emotional abuse at the hands of her boyfriend. holds a special significance to her, Kendrick shared more about the former relationship. But declined to reveal who she was referring to.
with emotional abuse and psychological abuse
I was coming out of a personal experience with emotional abuse and psychological abuse. she said in an interview with People published on 7 September. “I think my rep sent it to me because he knew. Who I was dealing with and sent it along. Because he was like, ‘Talks about everything like this whose You’re talking to me about.
The world premiere of Alice, Darling 2022
I was in a situation where I loved and trusted this person more than I could trust myself, she explained. “So when that person is telling you that you have a distorted sense of reality. And you’re impossible and everything you think isn’t going to work, your life gets really confusing very quickly.
Kendrick continued, “And I was in a position where, in the end, I had the unique experience of finding out. What I thought was really going on. So I had kind of a springboard on that feeling. Had to do and recover. A lot of people don’t get to.” The world premiere of Alice, Darling will take place on September 11 at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was directed by Mary Nighy, and co-stars Charlie Carrick, Wunmi Mosaku, Kanihito Horn, and Mark.
Up in the Air Star said?
The Up in the Air star said that her relationship “really happened. Reevaluating was the “hardest thing of my adult life,” and her body still thinks it was her fault. So that’s a solid jumping-off point for me. She said, “It’s incredible the way recovery has been so challenging.
Alice Darling gives Kendrick an opportunity to reflect
Alice, darling gives Kendrick the opportunity to reflect on his own experiences. It felt really different, I saw a lot of movies about abusive or toxic relationships, frankly. And it didn’t really seem like what was happening to me,” Kendrick said. “It helped me normalize and reduce what was happening to me. Because I thought, ‘Well if I were in an abusive relationship, this is what it would look like.