This is an outtake of the american Vanity Fair Magazine December 2001.
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Sienna got her start the old-fashioned way:
"I joined a modeling agency. All that skinny heroin chic had gone
and they just wanted girls that smiled a lot and i was like,
How much are you paying me?"
But Amis made her famous:
After a string of english indies, Sienna's breakout role came 2000
on television in a BBC production of Kingsley Amis's Take a Girl Like You.
In the future:
Sienna stars alongside Guy Pearce and Jeremy Irons in The Time Machine,
a remake of the 1960 film based on the H. G. Wells classic and directed
by Well's great-grandson Simon Wells.
"After six years of working on low-budget independent films of the
too-weird-to-watch variety, being asked by DreamWorks to come and play
with the big boys, it was like finding an unicorn in your sock drawer."
Real-life fellini moment:
"I went out the other night for the first time in ages, just because i'd been
so busy. As i came out of the cinema, i ran down the street to get cigarettes,
and 30 guys followed me with cameras and shouted at me. It's all so
strange. It's not a life i really live or understand."