I cried every day when they put it on. You know, I’m ample-chested and I have this on. I felt very exposed, and it was hard, very hard, having people so close to your personal parts anyway—who you’re not sleeping with —for an hour-and-a-half each day, to put it on. Then looking in the mirror… it was weird. I was lonely and I felt really unattractive. I was confused about my desirability—was I desirable?— in having put that on, and having men see me with that on.
I think it might be one of the most extreme roles I’ve done, yes. I’ve never really worked with prosthetics. I’ve never done any fantasy or anything weird. Then again, if people can believe what’s her-name in Avatar, hopefully they can believe me as a pre-op.”
Actress Chloe Sevigny (the real Chloe Sevigny), discussing her role as a trans assassin in the UK drama Hit & Miss, in Culture magazine.
Photo: Matthew Wedgwood