Jodie Foster Recalls Her Favorite Memory on Set of Silence of the Lambs
In an interview with CinemaBlend, Foster talks about her most memorable moment during the movie’s shoot.
“I think my most memorable moment was the Super Bowl party that we had while we were shooting, which wasn’t really a party. It was just me and a boombox in my house, with a lot of people dropping by. You know, hitting ‘play’ when I want to go to the next song, dancing, it was snowing outside in Pittsburgh. You know, those are the highlights I remember from making films… You have to love what you do, and you have to find joy in it to go to the dark places.”
Whilst her best memory had nothing to do with the film’s actual production, it’s clear that she had a great time offset. She went on describe what it was like working with Anthony Hopkins.
“The biggest thing that comes to mind is really the relationship between me and Tony Hopkins in the film and those scenes that we did when he was behind bars and I was on the other side. The feeling that I had of that, when you know that you’re doing something, that is really important and it’s really real.”
It’s amazing that the film is still being talked about after 30 years, and with the upcoming CBS series titled Clarice to debut in February, it looks like we’ll be chatting about The Silence of the Lambs for many years to come.
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