M.   /   January 11, 2008   /   9 Comments

Thanks to Ana from Spain from sending in scans from the December issue of Total Film!

9 Responses to “Total Film (UK) – December 2007”
  1. Tom Says:

    Is it me or does Eva say f@#k a bit too much? To some people it may be a little refreshing, but to others it’s classless. Certainly she’s entitled to be frank in her responses, but I don’t believe I’ve heard ANY other actresses curse to this extent.

    Of course maybe that’s because I don’t follow any other actresses or maybe here in the US interviews are censored more. It could also be that in Europe it’s not seen in the same way. But I still find it a little disturbing.

  2. spot Says:

    is it just me or did Total Film made a mistake on naming Lee Scoresby as Serafina’s lover?!

    Thanks Ana and Mariana! 🙂

  3. spot Says:

    Tom: she does curse a lot. i honestly don’t find it disturbing. one actress that i know who curses a lot would be Keira Knightley. Daniel Craig also curses a lot on a lot of interviews.

  4. George Says:

    Thanks Ana!
    Tom: Just one f#%k is not big deal. But in general I ‘ve also noticed that Eva doesn’t filter her words in the interviews.

  5. Monique Says:

    She doesn’t have a religion? sorry, I’m not trying to be Chruch Lady here and I’ll choose my words carefully to avoid too much discussion on deep things like this, but how can that be? I think everyone has to believe in something, and whatever you believe in is your religion…I’m not talking religion as, you know, rituals and everything, just, you know, faith, belief…I find it hard to believe that someone doesn’t believe in anything…least of all, Eva…

  6. George Says:

    Monique, she probably means that she doesn’t consider herself as a “traditional” religious person. Besides, the phrase could be misinterpreted by the interviewer or slightly changed

  7. Tom Says:

    She was raised atheist. That pretty much means she doesn’t believe in God, any God.

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  9. Monique Says:

    About Eva’s increased swearing: I noticed that as well, it’s a bit of a far cry from the Eva of before when she used to say, “How do you say f**k without being rude?”