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Juliette Binoche

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I am full of doubts ... Each new film is like a trial. Before I step in front of the camera, I do not know whether I am going to fall or whether I am going to fly ó and that is exactly the way I want it to stay.
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As quoted in "How did I survive my childhood?" in The Telegraph (16 December 2005)

 
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