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Hilary Swank about breakthrough film ‘Boys Don't Cry’: it was The most important project I ever part
Film For the American actress Hilary Swank (44), meant " Boys Don't Cry’ to her ultimate breakthrough. A lot of money she kept there not to about, but an Oscar. But what is perhaps even more important: the film was for a lot of transgender support.

In 1999, Hilary Swank transgender Brandon Teena in the film Boys Don’t Cry’. The then still relatively unknown tv actress got less than $ 3,000 paid for the film (so’n 2.687,94 euro), but said it still like. “I thought: ‘Wow, this is my chance to films to be able to make’,” she said in an interview with IndieWire. “Famous people took the risk not to participate in an independent film because they are not well paid, so there was no interest. But newcomers had no chance to make movies because the studios only famous people wanted.”

But director Kimberly Peirce decided to Swank still a chance. With success, because the actress won an Oscar for her performance. “Thanks to that picture, I got the chance to make movies. But it was such a gamble. The movie had such a low budget, I earned $ 3,000. The idea of making a film for a certain budget, and then the risk to can take to tell a story where there is an audience for it, but you just need to the public. Make it, and then they come. That was a really exciting time.”

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