wear a T-shirt with her name on it just to make them aware,” she recalled.Huppert has nearly 150 credits to her name. Some of her most celebrated work includes “The Piano Teacher,” “The Lacemaker,” “Violette Nozière,” “La Séparation,” “8 Women” and “Elle,” for which she received an Academy Award nomination.“I think it’s really interesting sometimes to be like Isabelle Huppert, who just says, ‘I go to zero,'” Reijn continued. “Instead of thinking, ‘Who am I?
Where am I going?’ just react. Just say your lines and react to the other one. Especially nowadays, where we all grew up in front of a camera, it’s kind of interesting to think that it’s not about you, but about the other.
And so I think Isabelle Huppert is the master of that. No ego.”The group dynamics in “Bodies” take their cue from the films of John Cassavetes.Read more on thewrap.com