Delpy discusses her career and newest film, Before Midnight, in this interview for PBS.
We were very happy, and I have to say I was a little surprised, because we went in such dark places with the story sometimes, even though the film is quite funny, that I was worried we would get a little bit like – some people would get angry at us or something, some critics and stuff. But in the end it paid off, and when we were writing it we decided to be completely genuine, to just do whatever we felt, even though it wasn’t necessarily a crowd-pleaser. It turned out to be even more successful than the two other films, so somehow, it worked out for us.
Delpy gives an interview to The Talks. She discusses the kind of movies she hates and scaring off boyfriends.
I think that men maybe feel like they lose their purpose. It is an interesting change in history. It is the first time that women are working, taking care of kids, doing kind of everything. And men should be around, obviously. I think it is really the best thing to have a family and stuff like this. But I think it maybe makes them feel not as needed as they used to be needed in the past and I think it makes some men, not all men, insecure in a certain way. But I am not saying that every man is scared of independent women, just some are.