Elisabeth Shue comments about working on her ambition to play tennis professionally:
“I like the road toward excellence. I like that it requires work. Everyday work. And it’s fulfilling to reach a goal of being as good as you can possibly be. And to push yourself.”
Shue’s husband, Oscar-winning documentarian Davis Guggenheim (”An Inconvenient Truth”), directed her film “Gracie,” and comments about the loss of her brother in 1988 when she was 24: “I don’t think you can continue after that and live on the surface.
“What it means is that she can suddenly, as an actress, dig a whole lot deeper. Boy, when you see [her Oscar-nominated role in] ‘Leaving Las Vegas,’ you saw a woman who dug very deep and was not afraid to live in the depths of a really dark world and then find beauty out of it.”
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Article publié pour la première fois le 29/05/2007