Brie Larson needed to ‘find herself’ after Room
Actor Brie Larson immersed herelf “deep” into hercharacter in Room, and needed to take time to find herself afterwards.
At twenty-six years, Larson is one of the youngest females to win the Oscar for Best Actress forher stunning performance in Room and it’s surely a sign of great things to come for her future roles.
“This time a year ago I was still trying to figure out who I was. The movie was done but I was in deep, searching, trying to remember who I was before this movie. Who I was by the time the movie was over was so far away from who I was when I started. So it was a long process of trying to find myself,” Larson told OK! Magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
But these days, Larson, who was feted with the Best Actor at last month’s Oscars, is more secure in who she is and felt “strong and excited” when she picked up her award.
“The weird part is, I’m standing here now, completely myself. Everything about this experience, down to the way I felt about it, the dress I’m wearing, has been pointedly bout it being a representation of who I am.”
“I feel really strong and excited to be holding this gold guy. It’s an incredible metaphor for how I feel inside.”