For years Anne Hathaway received her first Oscar. Now he admits that winning faked his happiness

For years Anne Hathaway received her first Oscar. Now he admits that winning faked his happiness

After giving us many unforgettable roles, Anne Hathaway earned the highest recognition in the film industry receiving the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Fantine in the musical Les Miserables . An interpretation as impressive as heartbreaking and very hard to forget, even for herself, who was never really happy to win this coveted award.

Contrary to what many think, the actress 33 years does not remember with much emotion the time when he won his deserved award.

In a recent interview with The Guardian , Anne Hathaway said how difficult it was to receive an award for a role that made her feel sadness , saying:

“I felt very uncomfortable. It’s like I lost my head making that movie and still does not return. Then I had to stand up in front of people and feel something that did not feel that is uncomplicated happiness. It is obvious, it wins an Oscar and you’re supposed to be happy. I did not feel well. “

Regarding the speech with which he received his recognition that it took a lot of criticism, Anne Hathaway confesses he had to fake his joy.

Aware that all this is only part of the industry and it is actually a good thing , the actress who recently became a mother can not stop thinking about the irony of the situation.

“I felt bad about standing there in a suit that cost more than what people would see in their lives, and winning an award for portraying the pain he still feels a part of our collective experience as human beings. I tried to pretend I was happy and I was accused of doing so much. That is the truth and that’s what happened. “

However, being so funny and sensible as always , he managed todraw a lesson from all this that until today accompanies it .

“Stinks. But what you learn from that is that you just feel you will die of shame, not really die. “

And if none of this would result, this woman is very clear what would become of her …

“I think we probably would have had four chairs without turning on The Voice . No, I think it would have been a professional drunk. Or would a truly inspiring community leader.One or the other. “

Because we can never forget that Anne Hathaway is as real as us.

And that’s why we love it.

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