Today The Edit features actress and soon-to-be film director Kirsten Dunst as its latest cover star. In the issue, Dunst discusses mediocre male directors, the hardest shoot she's ever done, and plans for having children. To read the full interview, head over to The Edit, but first scroll down to see the beautiful images of her dressed in androgynous pieces by Altuzarra, Valentino, Gucci, and more!
“I feel much more confident in myself, in life... I don’t stress as much now. I’ve grown more sensitive though. The older I get, the more sensitive I’ve become. I don’t know why. I think it’s that age where death is more around you... I appreciate things more. I mean, I’ve always been very grateful, but I feel far more grounded than I did 10 years ago.”
“I think it’s easier for mediocre male directors to be in this industry. As a female you can be a director, but you have to be amazing—that’s the disparaging part to it. You have to be really great to get in there.”
On starring in the film Woodshock: “[It was] the hardest shoot I’ve ever had in my life. I was in every scene and it was very emotional. [Kate and Laura] were great directors and visually it’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen, but emotionally it was the hardest movie I’ve done.”
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