Summer Glau had an interview with Dr. Blogsteins Radio Happy Hour shortly before the premiere of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on FOX on January 13, 2008.
On the pocast, Summer talks on the Writers Strike, the way she wanted to play Cameron and guns, among other things. She also mentions funny anecdotes on and off stage.
Here's the part of the podcast with Summer Glau.
The entire podcast was originally posted at blogtalkradio.
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Message #1 | Alex | 19 Feb 2013, 05:22 GMT [Entry]
Thanks for posting this. She speaks so well.
In reference to how she uses her movement to play a character (physicalization), I was struck by how important that is on the weekend when I saw the film Amour starring Emmanuelle Riva and Jean Louis Tritignant. Their movements were essential to how they played their characters. It was incredible work by two great actors who are veteran performers. And here is Summer, about a third of their ages, talking about her use of her physical movements to show us key elements of her character through how Cameron walked, how she reacted to people, how she looked at things, and so on.
This use of the body and the control of the body to tell a story must be incredibly hard work. Clearly, Summer Glau is able to pull this off to good effect.