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Dawn (2014, short drama)
Directed by Rose McGowan
Starring Tara Barr, Reiley McClendon and Hannah Marks

"Dawn is really about what we do to young girls unwittingly, and how we send them out into the world completely unprotected, in a way that has, at times, really tragic consequences. Being polite at the risk of your own internal voice of danger being silenced is a pretty dangerous thing."

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Article written on June 19, 2011 by Riikkae-mail

A fantastic new interview has been added in the library (and an accompanying photoshoot picture in the gallery!), courtesy of La Vie en Ruffian. Rose discusses fashion, skin care, classic films, art and Betty Boop, among other things. It really is a great read so check it out!

Totally sweet is dull. You need to have some pathos for something to be interesting. Whenever I play a character who is lying, the audience has to know I am lying, but it still has to be real enough so the other character doesn’t know I am lying. The thing is, in a film as opposed to theatre, the camera is tight and close on your face. A tiny eye movement can be very evocative even though it is small. I try not to think about the process too much. The life unexamined. I am not a method actor—I think it sounds ridiculous when actors talk about their process. I don’t even like to call myself an actor. In fact, I was held up in Romania because I wrote student on my immigration entrance form.

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