"I made Welcome to the Rileys [in which Stewart played a young woman with emotional issues] a few years back and now I want to open two halfway houses, one in New Orleans and one in LA, and I want to make a documentary about why it’s important. But all this ridiculously empty charity work that you see? Like, you show up at an event and you wear a dress and you auction your dress off and you suddenly feel important. I want to do it right. Right now, I just feel it. It’s not to be wasted. Because I know my value is fucking strong."
|Little White Lies Interview - HERE|
Here Zizek says exactly the same thing. Kristen is a Zizekian.
At Little White Lies
Isn't that what she just said?
That it is empty. Jesus this
young woman is a philosopher also. No formal schooling and she comes up with that!
Picasso: All art is a lie.
Here she is in an Interview in a zine called Little White Lies
and she is telling the truth.
When all is lies, the truth is a weapon - Bane
The Dark Knight Rises
I just really am trying, trying, all the time. I mean, Walter [Salles] actually said to me several times during On the Road, ‘Stop reaching. You’re already there.’ But I like to be scared. I love to suddenly feel out of control. Actors walk around wearing these little tool-belts of acting skills. And I just don’t find that interesting to watch.
Neither do we Kristen
So she is taking a "lie" (the acting) and pushing it to its limits and beyond to implosion! Loss of control. Letting the world will her in her performance.
When it is so excessive for her it is no longer a lie.
Nietzsche here folks. Push to excess to expose the truth lying there all palpitating before the cliched language and gestures covered it up.
She is doing the same thing DeLillo's Eric Packer did but not cowardly Cronenberg's Eric Packer.
And again she is trashed for saying the truth when all else is lies in the Dominating Discourse
and many many others we love because they don't carry around a toolkit
the way Tom Cruise does, Bruce Willis does, Ashley Greene does, etc.