Tilda Swinton: I don't know how to feel like an actress
Academy Award-winning Tilda Swinton doesn't "know what it would take" for her to feel like an actress and doesn't think she can discuss her craft like other stars
Tilda Swinton doesn't "feel like" an actress.
The 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' star - who won an Academy Award for her portrayal of ruthless lawyer Karen Crowder in 'Michael Clayton' in 2007 - can't relate to other actors when they discuss their craft.
She told variety.com: "I don't know what it would take for me to feel like one [actress]. I understand it's a strange thing to say because I do keep saying, 'Yes, I'll dress up and be in your film.' But when I hear proper actors talking about their lives and how they approach their work, I feel like I'm up another tree."
Swinton - who spends a lot of time in the Highlands of Scotland - isn't able to answer how she prepares for roles after she's been cast in a film.
She explained: "When people ask about how I approach a character - well, I wouldn't know how to approach a character if I tried.
"People will ask about choosing a role - I don't choose roles. People will talk to me about preparation. Aside from putting together a disguise, I'm not aware of any preparation at all."