"If she posed in Harper's Bazaar or Ladies' Home Journal, she'd be more famous," says Nicole Holofcener of her collaborator. "She'd be offered more stuff. But I don't think she cares. This is the path she wants to take." [Newsweek]
I think back on all her quirky roles. Johnny Suede—first time I saw her. There was one ensemble film I loved in which she played a lesbian—damn wish I could remember the name. And she was terrifying in the true-crime story as the woman who locked the girl in the basement and abused her.
Damn—off to google. She's incredible. Incredible! I have always had a huge girl-crush on her.