A few days ago, we discovered the hilarious secrets of Natalie Portman, who seemed disturbed by the sexy side of Chris Hemsworth. The two stars got closer on the set of the film Thor: Love and Thunder, and their friendship is even expressed on social networks. But today, we are focusing on more difficult and touching lyrics from the actress. The one who began her film career at just 13 years old in Luc Besson’s film Léon was sexualized from an early age. Speaking to Dax Shepard for the Armchair Expert podcast, Natalie Portman said, “I was aware that I was being shown as this figure of ‘Lolita.’ Being sexualized as a child took something from me. own sexuality I think because it scared me and it made me say that to be safe, I had to say “I’m conservative” ‘and “I’m serious and you should respect me” and ” I’m smart “and” don’t look at me that way. ”
Natalie Portman continued her touching confidences: “Whereas at this age you have your sexuality and you have your desire, and you want to explore things and you want to be open. But you don’t necessarily feel safe especially. when there are older men who are interested and you say to yourself, “No, no, no, no.” A lot of people had this impression of me that I was super serious and conservative … And I realized that I was consciously cultivating this because it was always to feel safe. Like, “Oh, if someone respects you, they won’t see you as an object.” When I was a teenager, I thought, “ I don’t want to have love scenes or demonstrative scenes. “I started choosing things that were less sexy because I worried about how I was viewed and how safe I felt.” The actress had to live through very difficult years at the beginning of her career … Still on the subject of Natalie Portman, discover photos of Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) who seems to be her perfect double.