By Eric Eidelstein | Indiewire August 15, 2014 at 10:53AM
Isabelle Huppert, the acclaimed French actress who has been in the industry for over forty years, sat down with the multi-talented John Waters for an interview at the Film Society. Although the Q&A took place July 30 at the Walter Reade Theater, the Film Society has now released a video of the almost 45-minute long discussion.
Huppert, a 14-time César Award nominee, has won recognition for her roles in movies such as Michael Haneke's "The Piano Teacher," Claude Chabrol's "Story of Women" (a John Waters favorite) and even American films like David O'Russell's "I Heart Huckabees." In the Q&A, Huppert speaks to Waters about her long career, explaining her feelings on acting, her latest feature, "Abuse of Weakness," and the roles she happens to gravitate towards.
You can check out the full video below.