Since there is no space to hang the rug on the wall, as she'd prefer, the rug is turned upside down on her floor, so that the backstage tufts of its creation head upward into the room; that's how she likes it best.For her first two years of college, Portman lived on campus, sharing a bedroom. "I really missed that time when I could just stay up late and read and play the kind of music that I want."Her current apartment is very modest.
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Natalie and Britney were able to reminisce about this recently.
Portman was invited to a Spears party, an invitation she forwarded to her guy friends as a joke.
"They hold the keys to wisdom in their innocence, or are so creepily adult they make us reflect on how creepy adults are."Were you aware of that at the time? (Asked which of her movies she's most proud of, she picks these first two, and only one since — the mother-daughter drama with Susan Sarandon, last summer in New York.) Portman has only ever worked in the summer holidays (except when she played Anne Frank on Broadway, when she would go to school as usual during the day).
She tended to find herself playing small parts in fairly prestigious movies: Michael Mann's prequels allows her to maintain her ambivalence about acting while making sure that she has a healthy career after college if she wants it. ' They seem really fake."Do you think you grew up too fast? The problem with most child actors is that they think they're grown up. And when they get to be older, they're not as grown up as their peers, because they just thought they were."e head for Portman's small apartment, near campus.
Here being Harvard, where Portman, 20, is majoring in psychology.
Right now, though, she is pushing the committee to choose Out Kast, while a student poll favors Dave Matthews.hen we first meet, Natalie Portman is feeling under the weather.She has been in bed most of the day, though she went to her nine o'clock lecture and to a meeting of the committee she's on, to discuss which bands will come here next.When the film was released, her parents came in for some stern, and inaccurate, criticism for "letting me do a Lolita film," Portman says. "They never wanted me to have to walk down the street wondering if people can visualize me naked."There has been the occasional disturbance. "I was just so angry — it just makes you feel dirty inside....OK, everyone's seen boobs, but I just don't like being objectified. Her father told her that, in the photographs' aftermath, some of his colleagues, eyes raised appreciatively, would say to him, "Saw your daughter! Last year she got a call saying that Mc Intyre wanted to go out. I didn't want him to think I was going to, like, date him."I was like, says this child of parents who emigrated to America from Jerusalem when she was a child.