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No, because my mom and I shared a diary. It was a place for us to write little notes back and forth to one another, so even that was monitored. I didn’t have the freedom to explore. Sometimes, because I was homeschooled, for English assignments, I could maybe get away with a little writing, but it was really difficult until she got sick when I was 18, the second time she got cancer. That’s when I really started to immerse myself in writing classes while in the middle of acting. I was really trying to gain some footing there and to find my voice. So, you were able to start writing around the same time that you were given more distance from your mom and freedom to find your own identity. Did writing become a part of that?
I’m open to possibilities. I’m really trying to just be present with all the exciting things that are happening right now, but if you have the number of the CEO of Universal Studios, I don’t know who that is, but text it to me. The prologue is set around your mother’s deathbed, and you write that “my life purpose has always been to make Mom happy, to be who she wants me to be. So without Mom, who am I supposed to be now?” With some years passing, have you started to find some answers to that question? The things that have gotten me to some answers are writing, therapy, solitude; tuning out any external feedback. For a long time, I was off social media. I didn’t act for a couple of years. I really walked away from the things that I felt defined me. I don’t know how to answer who I am in a sentence, but I do feel really connected with myself and present with myself in a way that I just wish I could have shown the little me. I wish I could have shown six-year-old me, “Hey, look, this is where you’re gonna be. This is who you’re gonna be.” It would’ve been really amazing to have that to aim for, but I’m really glad to be here now. Before I start this recap, I should just get it out of the way that I am not a film critic. I’m not even a film writer with a particular gift for criticism. I fell asleep watching Citizen Kane; my favorite movie is Miss Congeniality, for God’s sake. I would never knowingly judge another human being by their film taste—but defenders of the Netflix rom-com Purple Hearts, well…they’re a different story.
I’m so glad you noticed. It was intentional. I find a lot of humor in naivete and the point of view of a child, especially with the chaotic and abusive environments that I grew up in. To mine those environments for humor was important to me to keep the reader engaged and entertained. Frankly, I feel like it’s too easy to pontificate and get too poetic and flowery if I were writing from my point of view now. It could get way too grandiose and self-indulgent, so I wanted to keep it present and truthful to my emotional experience at whatever age I was at. Had you been writing all along, even though your mom discouraged you? Did you draw on journals or diaries or anything to get back into those childhood perspectives?
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