Actress Kristen Stewart says she watches her previous performances time and again to improve herself.
The 26-year-old Twilight star believes that it is good to look back at her performances on the big screen as it helps her to become a better actress in the future, reported Female First.
“I’ve been wanting to make movies forever and I want to direct and write and keep acting forever, so it makes me better to watch the performance.
“It’s enlightening, and not in a technical way – it’s not like I go, ‘Ooh, I saw my face do this and now I know how to cry onscreen.’ It’s more like, if you can correlate the experience of making the movie to the final product, it affects how you carry on from that point”, she said.
Earlier, the 26-year-old actress worked with the filmmaker onCafe Society and initially thought he “regretted” casting her, so was determined to prove herself on set, reported Female First.
“I thought, ‘He hates me! He absolutely is regretting his decision’,” she recalled.”But, then, I was like, “I’m going to prove to this little dude that I can absolutely do this!”Stewart revealed Allen, 80, criticised her for her looks and said she wasn’t pretty enough.”
That first day, he would come up to me and say thingslike, ‘You look terrible. You’re supposed to be pretty. “The “Twilight Saga” actress, however, wasn’t offended as she thinks it was a test used by the director to see if she was “cool”.