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Valentine (Character)
from Clouds of Sils Maria (2014)

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Clouds of Sils Maria -- A veteran actress comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier.
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From Clouds of Sils Maria (2014)
Maria Enders: [Maria feels Sigrid's lines in the script sound phony] Honestly, you don't find this ridiculous?
Valentine: Why, because she speaks brutally?
Maria Enders: No, because it's phony. I don't believe it.
Valentine: So you don't think people can be blinded by their own emotions?
Maria Enders: Oh, I do, but not to that extent. It's too theoretical. Even a little stupid.
Valentine: It's theater. It's an interpretation of life. It can be truer than life itself. Sigrid puts Helena's desires into words. She says the unspoken. She formulates it.
Maria Enders: Cruelly.
Valentine: OK, Cruelly.
Maria Enders: Yeah, cruelly. Because she's up to no good. You're not in the character's skin. You - I have no choice, I have to be them. I have to identify with them. When it's phony, I feel it - viscerally. Can be literary but still be true. Can feel the difference and can hear it.
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