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At age 12, Keough booked her first paying gig as a model, a campaign for Tommy Hilfiger."I bought a Fendi purse with my first paycheck," she remembers.
"When I was younger, I was obsessed with my mom's closet and would try on all her stuff," she says, adding that she and Presley are still the same size.“It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was in my 20s,” said Ms.Sevigny while sitting beachside at the American Pavilion. (Leave it to the Germans to make an almost 3-hour laffer.) Why miraculous?It’s a comedy of manners about a socially maladroit management consultant and her estranged jokester father—a description that better suits a sitcom pilot rather than a Palme d’Or contender. At least three times during its joyfully awkward incidents, the audience spontaneously broke into fervent applause.(The former child star demurred when asked about it.
“I don’t think I get hired for the sex scenes, I promise you,” he told the international press.) actor and amateur performance artist, and a fantastic foil to the film’s true heroine, Star (Sasha Lane), a barely-legal teen who sheds a shitty dumpster-diving life with a deadbeat single-dad boyfriend for Ms.
"It's a nonjudgmental look at someone who's doing this kind of thing," Keough says, shrugging off the more explicit scenes she filmed with equal magnanimity.
"I don't care about nudity."Perhaps her unconventional upbringing—Keough grew up mainly in Hawaii, and her stepfathers included Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage—helped shape her laid-back views.
"I've sat next to people on a plane while they're watching and they have no idea," says the 26-year-old actress, referring to the 2015 hit in which she played the scarlet-haired wife on the run. My goal is to not lose the ability to get a coffee."After audiences encounter Keough's new Starz series, The Girlfriend Experience, she might need to start stocking up on caffeinated pods at home.
Steven Soderbergh created the 13-episode show, inspired by the 2009 film, with Keough as Christine, a law student and an intern at a prestigious firm who becomes an escort in her spare time.
(Although Nicole Garcia’s elegant, mannered romance , about a vegetarian co-ed at a veterinary school who gets hazed into eating meat and then develops an extreme appetite for flesh, is earning the Gallic helmer comparisons to David Cronenberg and Dario Argento., one of the token Hollywood studio films here on the Croisette, owes its critical success and solid domestic box office (a $15 million non-superhero opening) in no small part to its director, Jodie Foster, and the extra work she put into the script.