When a character has captured our attention and decides to tell us something intimate, something he has never confessed to anyone, there�s nothing better than letting the actor act.
Even during shooting, you have to keep rewriting it...." I worried about Deborah Kerr's health for more than 20 years.I imagine there can be no greater loneliness, no greater feeling of emptiness than to die without knowing who you are, but perhaps I�m wrong, I hope I�m wrong.It took me a long time to appreciate the talent and singularity of that actress.I detest and reject confessions in real life, but I enjoy writing them for my characters, and especially directing the actors in that kind of scene.In all my films there is an extreme moment when one of the main characters, or two of them, deliver a confessional monologue.
Intrigued, he asks Hannah: �Did you do as he asked? �He didn�t look when I took off the garment, and I didn�t look when he took it.� �And you call that sad, dirty little episode a love experience? And even though it seems a bit farfetched, Deborah Kerr�s monologue made me think that there�ll be a monologue in my film too, the one delivered at the end by the character played by Blanca Portillo.