It's boring to say she's at a turning point—she's always been turning a corner and she'll continue to turn corners."She's incredibly talented and beautiful, and her performance in this movie is incredibly controlled and deep, and full of emotion.
I'm incredibly proud of her."Because the entire first year of their relationship was inextricably tangled up with the monumental film—which won three Oscars and the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama—it gave interviewers plenty of opportunities to ask personal questions."We started promoting the movie about three weeks after she was born, which was too soon," Williams said on co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway.
It's why we are all still close — not just bonded by the success of the film, but bonded by the experience. We’d wake up and make breakfast for each other, and hang out. It was a really special, special time." Screenwriter Diana Ossana, who took home an Oscar for her work on the film, saw the chemistry between the two firsthand and pinpointed the exact moment she knew they were falling in love.
The actress opened up about how her life has changed since Ledger's sudden passing almost a decade ago.Michelle, who has been nominated for a Golden Globe for her critically acclaimed performance in the indie drama, is thankful to her work for 'carrying her through' the aftermath of Heath's death.'My work has seen me through a lot of situations, and if not for work, I would have stayed stuck in the experience,' she says. Or a lot early.'But Michelle, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, with Mathilda, remains optimistic. The actress admits that being a single parent has 'its good days and its bad days.' 'The loneliness of decision-making is one of the most difficult parts but I have learned to ask for and accept help.'But at the same time, she is grateful that she has a financial cushion.'When things are difficult for me as a single parent, I always reflect on how much harder it would be if I didn't have money,' she says. "Well, on the third take, Michelle fell off the sled, and at the bottom of the hill she was crying.She'd twisted her knee, and we had to call someone to take her to the hospital." Ossana continued: "Heath was not about to let her go alone, and as he was getting into the vehicle with her he was smoothing her hair back.