Dona Maria.

Isadora. 21. Brasil. João Pessoa, PB. Eu gosto: cinema, livros e que mexa no meu cabelo. Eu odeio: som nas alturas, intrusos e arrogância. E admiro: Kristen Jaymes Stewart.


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Kirsten Dunst, Sam Riley, Kristen Stewart, Director Walter Salles and Garrett Hedlund |  ’On The Road’ Photocall during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival - May 23, 2012

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Kirsten Dunst, Sam Riley, Kristen Stewart, Director Walter Salles and Garrett Hedlund |  ’On The Road’ Photocall during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival - May 23, 2012

Kristen Stewart and Walter Salles On The Road Photocall, Cannes 2012 


Interestingly enough, On the Road director Walter Salles cites his favorite Stewart moment in the film as one in which the actress has absolutely nothing to say. Her heart broken, Marylou listens to a song playing on the radio. “The camera was on Kristen all the time, catching the transformation of her feeling all these feelings,” Salles remembers. “It was so utterly moving.”

Elle US Magazine - June 2012

“Kristen’s someone who marches to the beat of her own drum, and I appreciate that, On the Road is a big step for her; after being so widely known as someone who was in the Twilight films, it’s going to be the perfect stepping stone to her adult career, almost like Virgin Suicides was for me.”


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Black Hole directed by Rupert Sanders
Shortfilm directed by Rupert Sanders (SWATH director) based on the comic book by Charles Burns

Drifting over to the graphic novel section, Stewart gasps at seeing Black Hole.“This fucking store is like kismet!” she says. “I want to do this movie!” The book, about a sexually transmitted plague, “is disgusting, so gross,” Stewart enthuses. “I love the first image” – she turns to a completely black page with a white vagina-shape opening in the center – “a slit. You just grow, like, holes in your body. The imagery is so weird. See” – she flips to another page – “he’s looking at her hand and soon there’s gonna be a little mouth in there. It’s so sexual the desire is so fucking palpable, but it feels so dirty, like [the characters] are so ashamed because they’re diseased, they’re literally getting these holes.”
Kristen Stewart in Elle US magazine - June 2012

Black Hole directed by Rupert Sanders

Shortfilm directed by Rupert Sanders (SWATH director) based on the comic book by Charles Burns

Drifting over to the graphic novel section, Stewart gasps at seeing Black Hole.
“This fucking store is like kismet!” she says. “I want to do this movie!” The book, about a sexually transmitted plague, “is disgusting, so gross,” Stewart enthuses. “I love the first image” – she turns to a completely black page with a white vagina-shape opening in the center – “a slit. You just grow, like, holes in your body. The imagery is so weird. See” – she flips to another page – “he’s looking at her hand and soon there’s gonna be a little mouth in there. It’s so sexual the desire is so fucking palpable, but it feels so dirty, like [the characters] are so ashamed because they’re diseased, they’re literally getting these holes.”

Kristen Stewart in Elle US magazine - June 2012