Exclusive Interview with Summer Glau サマー・グロー:インタビュー





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Uploaded on Aug 17, 2009

2009年10月号(8月22日発売)のAERA Englishでは米国の女優、サマー・グロー (Summer Glau)のインタビュ ーを掲載 しています。ぜひ、ご覧ください。 10月号の詳細はこちら:

10/2009 issue of AERA English magazine features an exclusive interview with Summer Glau.
For the details on the Oct. 2009 issue of AERA English:
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Interview: Makiko Saito

Q: Could you tell me how you come to this career, become an actress?

A: I thought I was gonna be an actress when I was a little girl. I dont know why. But I was five or so, I just had a feeling that I was going to be an actress. I never pursued it, I didnt know anybody who acted. I didnt knowthere was nobody from Texas that I knew who acted at all.

Q: Its not that you went to movies theatres and or you saw TV shows and you want to become and actress did it happen like that?

A: Everything made me want be actress. I loved stories, and I love story telling. But I certainly

Q: You tell stories to others?

A: Not really telling stories so much as whos creating an alternate world. I didnt like to talk very much. Someone would say I was a story teller. But I was a dancer. I started dancing when I was five. I loved being on stage and I loved the theatrical side of being a ballet dancer. And thats what I did all my life. Pretty much all I did until I got entered. And I was one of those girls who thought well I dont need to have a backup plan, I am always going to dance. And then get hurt, when I was 19. I thought maybe I should try acting. And so I did. I went in and I went to a class, and people thought I could act. They started to give me jobs. Its all worked out. I sort of got saved from my injuries and started a new life.

Q: It was very natural for you to change, go into that direction?

A: The first class I ever took was actually public speaking class for people who are shy, and it was me and a bunch of adults. I was teenager and I tried it, and it was terrifying and I never been so scared of my life and it was just crazy 6 foot red headed drama teacher, she would have us you know express our emotions and yell and stuff. I was really, it was hard. That was the best class I had ever took. I tried to take other acting class after that, nothing compared to the first class. Just being able to be honest about, you know, we dont do that a lot. There is a lot of layers to communication in everyday life, so its funny when you are allowed to be really honest, be really express an emotion that usually keep suppressed. So I practice that in our class. It helped.

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