Naomie Harris: It's tough to say goodbye
Hollywood star Naomie Harris has admitted she finds it "tough" saying goodbye when she finishes making a film
Naomie Harris finds it "tough" saying goodbye when she finishes making a movie.
The 'Spectre' actress feels a strong sense of "sadness and loss" when she knows she won't be seeing people she's experienced an "intense" connection with, and thinks her desire for stability somewhere in her life is the reason why she still lives on the same street as her family.
She said: "You know those relationships are only going to last a certain amount of time and there's sadness and loss.
"You do a movie with someone, have these intense relationships for three or four months, then never see them again. That's a really tough part of the job.
"I live on the same road as my family and I think that's the reason why - you need some kind of continuity and stability and my family provide that."
The 39-year-old actress also admitted she would rather work in the UK than jet off to exotic locations.
She told Psychologies magazine: "When I was younger, it was amazing to be heading off to exotic locations - it was so exciting.
"But now that I'm older, I love to stay at home.
"On 'Spectre', they went to these glamorous locations like Morocco, Rome and Austria and they're like, 'Aren't you jealous?' And I'm like, 'No, I like the easy commute, I'll take that, thanks.'"