Tilda Swinton says that ‘she always felt she was in the queue’

Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton was just looking for a “queue circus”.

In a new interview with 60-year-old British Wogan, Swinton stated that her definition of queue was not limited to gender or sexuality, but to her, “to do with sensitivity.”

“I always felt that I was in the queue – I was just looking for my queue circus, and I found it,” he told the Major, “and found it, this is my world.”

Citing the directors he has worked with, Swinton said, “Now I have a family with Wes Anderson, I have a family with Bong Joon-ho, I have a family with Jim Jarmusch, I have a family, with Luca Gumagnino, with Lynne Ramsay, with Joanna Hogg. “

The actress was praised in 1992 for the title role in “Orlando”, based on the Virginia Wolf novel, which allowed her to explore androgyny and gender presentation. He also worked with director and gay rights activist Derek Jerman in the 1986 film “Caravaggio”, which depicted gay scenes.

Swinton shared the 23-year-old twins with former John Bern and has been associated with German artist Sandro Kopp since 2004.

During the interview, he also admitted that he never “had any ambitions as an artist.”

“That may sound crazy and aggressive, but it’s a fact,” he said. “If you would have asked me when I was 10 or 20 years old, I would have said that my only ambitions were to stay in a family, to have friends who mock me and laugh at my jokes, and Lived in the Highlands of Scotland, by the sea with lots of dogs and a kitchen garden.

“… Everything else is a bonus. Everything else is just pieces and candles and flowers. “


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