good for her.
Like, you know, whatever.
I had an anxiety dream this weekend that I made it into the SXSW premiere screening, but the screen was blocked from my view wherever I sat. Also Amy Poehler was there? And I told her I loved her.
If I’m honest, I wanted to show a woman of color being loved. We don’t see it that often. I wanted to change the conversation a little bit, change the dialogue a little bit — we are loved, [and] we can be loved. Dido was valuable enough to be loved, she was worthy of being loved, and she was loved. Her challenge was showing people the right way to love her in the way that she needed to be.
""This is crazy," Lupita tells Michelle Dockery (whom the camera again favors). "Are we next?" You mean, are you the next person to get a close-up? God willing, Lupita — it’s been at least 40 minutes since we’ve seen your face in the same shot that you’re speaking in."