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Keira Knightley has had it with naaktrollen: sex scenes let me now about my doppelganger
Film The world lay at her feet, and yet threatened the life of Keira Knightley (33) with depression and panic attacks to derail. The arrival of daughter Edie three years ago, provided a turning point. ‘With a child in the house disappears all bullshit, " says Keira, now in ‘The Aftermath’. "I'm different in life and choose my roles is much more accurate."

Barely eight was Keira when she was in the tv movie "A Village Affair", " her acting debut. In ‘Bend It Like Beckham’ she let the world really see what she has in her mars, and thanks to the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’movies, she was a real world star. But the success was too heavy for the frail shoulders of Keira. Barely 22, she could the relentless criticism difficult, give it a place. On the contrary, the stardom saddled the handsome British with a posttraumatic stress disorder and on top of that still some persistent panic attacks. Here and there, it was feared that Keira the umpteenth kindsterretje would be that would go on the fame. But they fought back and thanks to a beneficial hypnotherapiesessie she was redeemed of all her demons. And they built a career out of ‘you’ to say.

Keira & Kate

Today is Keira, a woman who damn well knows what she wants and not a leaf for the mouth. And that has a lot to do with the arrival of her daughter. ‘Edie was born on 1 may 2015, one day before Kate Middleton gave birth to Charlotte, " says Knightley. "They left seven hours after me in the hospital. On high heels and with a perfectly made face. The image that the world wants to see. But it hides our pain, our exhausted body on the hollow beats of the hormones", denounces the actress melissa.

Road bullshit

Mother to be, it has the life of Keira knocked over, and on all surfaces enriched. "When you're young, you think everything is important while this is not true," she says. "As soon as you have a child, and then all the bullshit by itself. As long as my daughter, my husband and my family are healthy, everything is good for me. I also have a very different view of the world, which I my roles much more accurate select.’

‘Not my body’

That also know the makers of ‘The Aftermath’, the war film in which Keira Rachael Tomorrow plays, a woman who in the aftermath of world war II to Hamburg moves to with her husband Lewis. It was only after long thinking, ways, and a lot of negotiating that Keira take their bait. And that had a lot to do with the numerous nude and vrijscènes. That Keira, however, not to play yourself. "That's right, the naked body that you are in the film sees, is that of my body double’, she admits. "I've got my doppelganger actually can choose themselves. And even though I play them not myself, I identify with him, how my sex scenes exactly will look like. I have for the recording of each movie is always an extensive meeting with the director where we discuss or naaktscènes at all necessary. In ‘The Aftermath’, I was immediately approved. And I'm also satisfied with my body double. I have her pretty well inspected, up to the nipples!’ (laughs) Or my opponent's Alexander Skarsgard, is also a stand-in for the steamy scenes? No, Alex has to do everything himself. Pretty funny though, you look-alike the passionate work to see to do, while you quietly tea to drink with a tasty biscuit." (laughs)

Bizarre turn

Keira suddenly no longer keen to come out of the clothes, it is sometime quite bizarre. Two years ago, as she in an interview mentioned that she not only had a problem with what naked: ‘sex scenes are easy, I didn't mind, " she said then. "I have my remedies to that are comfortable to let it expire. Once the clothes go, I see there are no bones in it.’

How it comes that Keira, who, in 2014, even completely pure nature posed in a British magazine, now such a sharp bend has created is not clear. Would it have to do with her pregnancy? ‘The Aftermath’ was one of the first films after the birth of Edie. And that left just surfaces feelings. "The emotional scenes were suddenly a lot easier to play," she says. "As a new mother, I had an acute sleep deprivation. A lot of tears had I not acting. The tears of fatigue, sometimes by itself on my cheeks.’ (laughs)

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