2013 may have been a bit of a quiet year for Anne Hathaway following the 2013 awards season, but it’s not like she was just hiding away in her house. She stepped into the shoes of Franny for the Sundance film Song One. In the film, she returns home to find her brother in a coma after an accident. She retracing his life as a musician, meeting his favorite singer, James Forester (Johnny Flynn). Together, the two develop an unexpected relationship and face the realities of their lives.
Chelsea Briggs caught up with Anna at the Song One premiere in Park City, Utah to chat about the film. Also, having been in the film industry for almost 12 years, she had to find out what advice she would give her younger self.
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Having a successful movie career these past 12 years didn’t come easy. In fact, Anna admits that trust is one quality that she would wish she would have used more.
“If I could go back and talk to myself, I had really great people in my life and I’m not someone who trusts easily and I could have learned a lot if I would have opened myself up to trusting people more readily, which is a very scary thing to do but now, here I am over a dozen years later and I do trust those people and my life has opened up beautifully.”
Will you be checking out Song One?