Tilda

I think she is mesmerizing. I wish she was my old Scottish babysitter from the ’80’s in which my grandma knew her as a child from whence they lived in Glasgow many years prior. She moves and searches in the most believable ways, regardless of aim or intent. I want to learn how to wander with fortitude as she does.

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2 responses to “Tilda

  1. morgan

    Times Magazine did a story on her recently. She had a fascinating upbringing. Every director who worked with her called her a “creature”.

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