Kate, I love you. The first time I saw you was in “Heavenly Creatures.” I knew then that I would follow you forever. I felt so deeply connected because that’s what you do.
You connect us in the deepest way to all these women you portray. You embody them, personify them, and there is nothing ever self-conscious about it. And with such simplicity! Watching you in “Labor Day,” I felt scared, excited and touched deeply. I felt despair, fear, joy … and then ultimately love. Because that’s what you were going through and you made me feel it. What I feel when I watch you onscreen is that you enter into people and you move them. So thank you for the emotion, for the connection and for the love.- Marion Cotillard on Kate Winslet as Adele in “Labor Day”,2013
“Reitman is assisted by another strong performance by Winslet who once again proves she might be the second best living actress on the planet after Meryl Streep (and she is likely the film’s strongest awards player).” X
"There’s nothing normal about her. She’s rare and fine and peculiar. When people say she’s normal, what they’re referring to is that she doesn’t run around trying to get her picture in the papers or on TV. -Todd Field
Life dictated that you should be happy with your lot in life. You should accept the way it is and be content, but April’s interior world is so much bigger than her exterior world and she just can’t sit and suffer in silence. She is deeply unhappy, she is lonely, but she loves Frank. She does want it to be okay.-Kate on April
"I feel that I’m just at the beginning of a new narrative, and it’s incredibly exciting,It’s complicated, I know, and uncertain — but it’s where life happens, between the cracks. It can be a painful process, but I truly hope that never stops for me"
Fame and success are two totally different things,because fame in some field is manufactured by the media, and success is often ignored because the fame part becomes bigger than the success itself.And i have absolutely no resources with which to cope at all.