Receiving an Oscar, Anne Hathaway was afraid to die of shame

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The actress made an unexpected confession.

Anne Hathaway


In an interview Anne
Hathaway gave about the premiere of the new film with her participation “Colossal”,
which critics are predicting her for a nomination for “Oscar”, the actress made
the sudden recognition. Hathaway, who this year for the first time became a mother, said that, oddly enough, her first and
the only Academy award brought her a lot of negative emotions. After all
receiving his statuette for her role in “Les Miserables”, Anne thought will just die
shame. The story she told British newspaper The Guardian.

The actress was awarded the nomination
for an Oscar, playing the mother of Cozette – Fantin – film based on the novel by Victor Hugo. But
when the master of ceremonies opened the envelope, and she found out the prize
it was her, Anne was in shock. It wasn’t even so much that she
did not expect. The problem was that instead of joy, the actress has experienced
an acute sense of shame! Standing on stage in a fabulously expensive dress, she was burned
from embarrassment, receiving the award for the role of the heroine, suffering from poverty … But
this Ann had at all costs to hide his true feelings.

“I have made every effort
to pretend to be perfectly happy, because it is assumed,
received “Oscar” should be delighted. And, it seems, I’m very successful
in your pretense! But the truth was that everything was just awful. I felt still in the way of my poor
heroine, but was dressed for 80 thousand dollars, knowing that a
in all my life not earn the same amount. And I was wildly to get the award for the film
a story of almost unbearable human suffering. It seemed to me that I
just die of embarrassment. However, this fortunately did not happen!” recalls
actress. After receiving his statuette, Hathaway still couldn’t resist to not
comment: “hopefully, the day will come when suffering such
the unfortunate women, as Fantin, can be seen only in movies, not in
real life…”