Je suis tombée sur une interview où Eliza parle de son personnage, disant que c'est passionnant de jouer le rôle d'une femme prenant chaque semaine une personnalité différente.
Je mettrais la traduction dès que je peux. Cette entrevue contient des spoilers, alors à vos risques et périls Tell me about some of the crazier stuff you've gotten to do.Dushku
: You mean dunking me in the National Sequoia Park
river, like rolling me on the street in a motorcycle crash. They have
me in a six-page ... fight scene with Tahmoh [Penikett], who, yeah,
we're about the same size, so it was an even match, but we had a big
fight scene ...You kicked his ass, right?Dushku
: Yeah, totally. And then ... Joss puts me in these
up-dos that really throw me for a loop. ... He's like, "I can throw you
off a building, I can run you over with a car, and like, you know,
while you're getting your ass kicked by like eight guys, and me putting
you in an up-do is the one thing that takes you out of your comfort
zone. There's something wrong with that." It's true! I'm just such, I
don't know, I just grew up such a tomboy that having my hair, like, up
and prim and proper just feels so foreign. Those are the weirdest days
for me. Go figure. You play different characters.Dushku
: Multiple. Every week, yes.How's that?Dushku
: Good times. It's really good times. You never get
bored. Yeah, boredom is not an option. ... I walk into my trailer, and
there's 15 ... skirts and pants and tops for me to try on for the next
episode, and I walk in, and there's like ... horse-riding gear or ...
sky-diving gear. ... Every time I walk into my trailer and see the new
wardrobe, I ... get an idea what the next episode is going to involve,
and it's always exciting. It's kind of a challenge, because you're playing different characters, but you've got to be Echo in there somewhere, right?Dushku
: Echo is ... the name ... that they've given me [in
the] Dollhouse. So Caroline ... may be who I really am, but I'm also
Echo. But I'm also each person I'm imprinted to be.Are any of those people Eliza?Dushku
: I think all of them have a little bit of Eliza in
them. It's about gauging and playing chemist. Yeah. Because I myself
have multiple personalities. That's part of the reason Joss sat down
and thought, "I know the perfect show to write for you. ... I've known
you for 10 years, and I have no idea who [or] what you are, so ...
let's just video it."
But no, it's awesome, it's the coolest, most humbling, and you know,
truly great opportunity, experience. Because some parts are more like
me, and I can kind of roll out of bed and roll into the outfit and
churn them out. And other times, I mean, I've had some serious, ...
challenging roles. Like the blind woman. ... They implant cameras into
my eyeballs and send me into a cult as a blind woman, like [a]
religious cult follower. But I believe that I'm that woman. And so
there have been a number of different parts I've played that I've had
to do some serious last-minute research on, and it's so fun, you know?
... It makes it all that much more interesting to go in every day and
be wild.What's the funnest thing you've had to do?Dushku
: I loved the fierce assassin that I was when I kicked
Tahmoh's ass. She ... was a good egg. She was just ... highly
intelligent, ... kind of quiet, but steely. Just, just kind of fierce,
yeah.You've probably read some of the reviews and heard the buzz,
positive and negative, about the show. Does any of that come through,
or do you try to screen it out?Dushku
: I'm proud of what we're doing, and we ... are doing
what we wanted to do and telling the stories we wanted to tell. ...
There's been pressure since the day we announced it, and there's been
naysayers since the day we announced it, and, at this point, ... I just
can't wait for the show to get on the air and for people to see it. ...
Regardless of ... the hype and what people are saying, why don't people
see it, and then they can decide what they feel? But I feel confident,
... because it's on the page, recorded on the stage, ... and it's
working. And we're having a great time. ... Each episode is more and
more intricate, and the story's unfolding. ...
I brought the first episodes home to my family to watch over the
holidays, and you know what? They were freaking out. ... They were more
proud and more psyched about this than most anything that [I've done].
Source : http://scifiwire.com/2009/01/eliza-dushku-pulls-back-the-curtain-to-foxs-dollhouse.php