Anne Curtis Has No Limitations In Roles She's AcceptingAnne Curtis said she's not limiting herself when it comes to the roles she's accepting. Whether it's drama, comedy, sexy or "tweetums," what is important for Anne is she's doing what she loves to do.
She's willing to accept any role as long as it challenges her. However, she also said she understand her "The Gifted" co-star Cristine Reyes who said she wants to lie-low from accepting sexy roles. She also wants to change her sexy image.
It's a good move for Cristine, Anne said, adding that she was able to do more than just be sexy in "The Gifted." Cristine earlier said she has been in the industry for 10 years and she had been doing the same thing. She believes she has something more to offer to the viewing public. She might also be influenced by her non-showbiz boyfriend.
"I think it's great for her and just respect her decision." Cristine might have finally decided to change her image, so she won't be typecasted to one role. It may be time for her to try something new, Anne said.
She's proud of Cristine because she can also do comedy.
Anne mentioned a movie she would be willing to star in. "Blue Is The Warmest Color" is a French drama entry to the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. The movie tackled lesbianism.
The movie was controversial because it has frontal nudity and there were actual penetration scenes. Anne said she's open to doing a lesbian role, especially if she believes in the script and in the plot of the movie.
It was a very believable movie, Anne said, adding that she didn't even think it was a lesbian film. She felt the love, especially during its ending.
But because she lives in the Philippines, there are certain limitations in the roles she can accept. The Filipino audience is not yet ready for those kinds of films, Anne said.
"But if ever that happens, and there's a festival that I can join and I'm given that script, why not? I'm game."
She's willing to do any role that will add to her versatility, especially if it is something she has never done before. Of course, Anne knows a lot of people are not open to these kinds of things.
If ever she will do a lesbian role, who would she wants to act with? Would she be open to doing it with Solenn Heussaff, her boyfriend Erwan's sister? Anne said that would feel like incest.
She wouldn't be choosy when it comes to her co-star because she would be too focused on the script. Anne also said that she was in awe of that movie because not only were the directors awarded in Cannes (which is the usual), but the actresses as well.