Saoirse Ronan in The Grand Budapest Hotel
I never look at reviews. Sometimes people send them to me but it makes me very uncomfortable to see them. I’m happy just to know that people like a film. Sometimes it’s disappointing when a film you’re passionate about doesn’t do well but you can never tell how that’s going to work — sometimes there’s just something in the water.
With Ian, I didn’t even know what I felt. Everything was muddled and confused. His lips were soft and warm. He pressed them only lightly to mine, and then brushed them back and forth across my mouth.
"Good or bad?" he whispered against my lips.
Saoirse Ronan photographed for The Sunday Times, 2014
Max Irons and Rmily Browning being incredibly cute
You can't judge it and you can't analyze what you do, because what you bring is original and beautiful and special.
Saoirse Ronan photographed by Lorenzo Agius
I’ve always been one of those people who’s a bit of a perfectionist, I suppose. I always have to try to do the best I can with everything I put my hand to. So I guess that comes into how I work. And I respect the work, and I respect the other people who are on set.