Kate Winslet’s Performance In The Latter Prompted New York Magazine Critic David Edelstein

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Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet


Her performance in the latter prompted New York magazine critic David Edelstein to describe her as “the best English-speaking film actress of her generation”. She has been included as a vocalist on some soundtracks of works she has performed in, and the single “What If” from the soundtrack for Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001), was a hit single in several European countries. This role was followed by appearances in the made-for-TV movie Anglo-Saxon Attitudes in 1992, the sitcom Get Back, and an episode of the medical drama Casualty in 1993. She’s offset perfectly by Lynskey, whose quietly smoldering Pauline completes the delicate, dangerous partnership.” Speaking about her experience on a film set as an absolute beginner, Winslet noted: “With Heavenly Creatures, all I knew I had to do was completely become that person. Cast as the sensitive seventeen-year-old Rose DeWitt Bukater, a fictional first-class socialite who survives the 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic, Winslet’s experience was emotionally demanding.

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Kate Elizabeth Winslet (born 5 October 1975) is an English actress and occasional singer. Her performance in the latter prompted New York magazine critic David Edelstein to describe her as “the best English-speaking film actress of her generation”. The romantic comedy The Holiday and the animated film Flushed Away (both 2006) were among the biggest commercial successes of her career. Her parents were “jobbing actors”, which led Winslet to comment that she “didn’t have a privileged upbringing” and that their daily life was “very hand to mouth”.

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Kate Winslet Expresses That She Hates Being Naked In Films

During a recent interview with V Magazine, Kate Winslet Expresses That She Hates Being Naked In Films. She states, “I Hate it! Listen make no mistake, I just get on it. I just go in and say ‘Oh f*ck’ let’s do it.’ and Boom. If you complain about it or procrastinate it’s not going to go away.”

Several movies in which she appears naked are Titanic, Holy Smoke, Jude, Hideous Kinky, and The Reader. There are plenty of more movies where she has completely bared it all. Now with someone who has done so much nudity in films why would she hate it?

Kate continues on, “It’s a profoundly bizarre thing to do. As actors you talk about it all the time. You can literally be tangled in sheets, and you turn to the other actor and say ‘What the f*ck are we doing?’ Dear Mum, at work today I had so-and-so’s left nut sack pressed against my cheek. It’s sort of unethical if you think about it in those terms.”

Even though she stated that she hates starring nude in films; she also makes it a point to say that she will not stop doing them either. “I hope I am sh*tting myself over the characters I play for the rest of my life. Because the day I go ‘Oh yeah, that’s going to be a piece of pie’, why f*cking bother? If you do that, you do not learn. I hope I’m always learning something. So I won an Oscar. It’s amazing. I’ve got that for the rest of my life for a performance I am proud of. It nearly killed me. I am really proud of the film. That’s it, moving on.”

She still has a fantastic body and I surely don’t mind seeing her continuing showing that off, but I definitely don’t want to see her do another film like Hideous Kinky in where she is completely nude in front of a child and supposedly has sex in front of the child during the film. I simply don’t understand how the real parent of this child would allow them to take on a role to which they have to witness two grown adults nude.