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I'm never sure what's coming next, but I'm an open minded person and I welcome any challenge.

I'm never sure what's coming next, but I'm an open minded person and I welcome any challenge.

Being a human being is all about experiencing all of the wonders of the world and therefore as an actress, I'm open to any opportunity that may enrich my horizon. ---->>>

I always look for an intense experience, an intense ride. There is nothing better than a good zombie movie where you run crazy and blow at monsters! It was a physical shoot and I enjoyed it. ---->>>

I still feel that a movie has to attempt to say something - even if it fails miserably. But I've sort of given up on believing that I'm going to change the world with every film I choose to act in. ---->>>

Lately I did a film called All I Want for Christmas and it was well received. This gave me a new point of view and a new respect for my work as an actress. ---->>>

My mom died of cancer when I was really young. I'm not someone who tries to work out their own stuff with a role, but I think that happened despite my best efforts to keep myself separate from it. ---->>>

There is no point trying to figure out who is guilty or not at un-balancing the planet. I think we need to figure out and solve the problems together and not isolate from each other. ---->>>

AIDS is a global problem and there should be a global solution found by the entire international community. It is really scary to see and imagine our world fall into pieces because we refuse to share and put in the common vestiges of our civilizations. ---->>>

Well, because Dawn of the Dead can take place anywhere and it shows that actually the entire planet is contaminated, I would say that it shows the new face of our world - one person, one race, united against the invisible destructive force. ---->>>

I enjoy doing my more intimate and less commercial pictures and also I enjoy directing. ---->>>

I think that we need to get along together if we want to survive in the twenty-first century. ---->>>

I want my world to get bigger and not end up in a small corner. ---->>>

Plus, doing a zombie movie is quite liberating. It's fun not to take myself seriously all the time. ---->>>

So it's conceivable I'll do something insane, or more insane than Dawn of the Dead. If that's possible. ---->>>

I do tend to take time off. A year and a half ago I went to film school, and before that I had taken years off at a time to be involved politically or this or that. ---->>>

I was concerned about that, because I've always been so specific about doing independent films, but I've never done anything that's so genuinely and ridiculously fun. And that's a great thing, for me to discover that that's possible. ---->>>

It's not that I don't want to become famous or that I'm obsessed by my work as an actress, but it's all about not limiting myself, such as putting myself in a little jail that I can escape from. ---->>>

Playing roles that are intense and damaged has always come more easily to me than doing comedies or lighter stuff - that would be taking a huge risk for me. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Canadian
Born: 01-08, 1979
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Occupation: Actress
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Sarah Ellen Polley OC (born January 8, 1979) is a Canadian actress, writer, director and political activist. Polley first garnered attention as a child actress for her role as Sara Stanley in the Canadian television series Road to Avonlea (1990–1996). She has starred in many feature films, including Exotica (1994), The Sweet Hereafter (1997), Guinevere (1999), Go (1999), The Weight of Water (2000), My Life Without Me (2003), Dawn of the Dead (2004), Splice (2009), and Mr (wikipedia)