Sandra Bullock hatte einige Vorbehalte gegenüber ihrer neusten Rolle im Film The Blind Side. Warum sie sich dann doch dafür entschieden hat, die Christin Leigh Anne Touhy zu spielen, erzählte sie kürzlich einer Zeitschrift:
“People use it [Christianity] as a banner, and then they don’t do the right thing,” she says in a Los Angeles hotel room. “They go, ‘I am a good Christian and I go to church, and this is the way you should live your life.’ I said to Leigh Anne when I met her, ‘One of my biggest concerns stepping into this is this whole banner thing.’ I told her it scared me because I have had a lot of experiences that haven’t been that great. But she was so honest and forthright. I feel I have finally met someone who practises but doesn’t preach. I now have faith in those who say they represent a faith, whereas before I would say, ‘Do not give me a lecture, because I think I am a pretty good human being. I may not go to church all the time, but I try to do the right thing. You are going to church and sleeping with someone else’s wife, so how are you better than me?’ I finally met someone who walks the walk, and that made me happy.”
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