Top 10 Lucy Boynton Quotes On Horror at starsquotes

Top 10 Lucy Boynton Quotes On Horror

Top 10 Lucy Boynton Quotes On Horror

Lucy Boynton Quotes On Horror:

An all-girls school, when you have 800 girls from the age of 11 to 18, you would think, should be a prime opportunity to really inject a sense of confidence and power. And instead, we were very much taught in relation to men, in terms of what the brother school would think of us.

Lucy Boynton

I think ‘Ballet Shoes’ was a very pivotal role for me. I was about 14 then, and it was an incredible cast: Eileen Atkins, Victoria Wood, Emilia Fox, Harriet Walters. All these incredible women.

Lucy Boynton

When you’re playing someone that’s real, there is that hanging weight of how will they feel when they see this: will I make them feel exposed in some way, and how do I absolutely avoid doing that while playing this as accurately and empathetically as I possibly can?

Lucy Boynton

I think that’s a place where we are, as a society, finally starting to get to now: where your sexuality doesn’t have to define you – and you don’t have to define it.

Lucy Boynton

Being part of the Queen story and knowing what Freddie Mercury went through before he died of AIDS has really shown me how far we’ve come in fighting this disease.

Lucy Boynton

We were always told not to wear skirts that were too short, because what will the male teachers think of you? Or, when we started sharing classes with boys in sixth form, what will they think of you if you are wearing a miniskirt to lessons?

Lucy Boynton

My dream would be to be like Tina Weymouth from Talking Heads. Her style and everything about her, she’s just the coolest human being.

Lucy Boynton

I’ve always liked higher necklines, and Mia Farrow is my ultimate inspiration. The baby-doll dresses with big Peter Pan collars that she wore in ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ were iconic. I’ve been drawn to similar looks ever since.

Lucy Boynton

When it’s a real person, you want to be as honest as you can and approach it in a similar way as you would any other character, but with that restriction and wanting to respect the boundaries of that person and not be intrusive in any way.

Lucy Boynton

It was strange, especially because all of the projects I did when I was young, I was always the youngest on set or the only child, so I spent my formative years hanging out with 24-year-olds when I was 13.

Lucy Boynton

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