Halle Berry has publicly admitted to admiring fellow actress Kate Winslet 's ability to disrobe onscreen again and again, and again, but it appears that all that nudity may be coming to an end. In fact, in the interview, Kate, a Best Actress nominee for "The Reader" at the Oscars, admitted she might not even be seen at all on the big screen in the coming months. She told the magazine she has not yet signed on to an acting job. And, she admitted, that while she comes from solid stock — she was raised in the commuter town of Reading, England , she had a serious moment where her nerves recently caught up with her. I can cope with any workload.
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Ten Years Ago: The Reader – 10 Years Ago: Films in Retrospective
K ate Winslet's sensual and no-nonsense Hanna Schmitz is accused of killing hundreds of Jewish women and children during the Holocaust. But neither of these deeds is her greatest sources of shame in "The Reader," an enveloping drama based on Bernard Schlink's book -- the first German novel to top the New York Times bestseller list. Once he's recovered from scarlet fever, his mother prompts him to seek out the year-old streetcar worker to thank her. At her home, Michael sets off an avalanche of coal that covers him in soot. Hanna suggests a bath and then quickly teaches him the way around a woman's body.
Kate Winslet And David Kross Deleted Nakked Scene In The Reader
Talk about pressure. Nerve-racking for a young performer, right? It gets worse. Oh, and did we mention that Kross is just 18 and the movie required sex scenes and full frontal nudity?
On these grounds it is a satisfactory, compelling film. The man, Michael Berg, played in his early years by David Kross and later by Ralph Fiennes, is too young to have recognized, and weighed, the crimes of the Nazi era. But through a remarkable circumstance, he is informed enough to thrust such a momentous decision upon a skeptical court — if he so decides. Michael happens to know something about Hanna Schmitz.