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“Other women would ask, ‘why do you do everything for him when you’re not married? Stepping up to the microphone to accept the Best Supporting Actress award in a miniseries for her performance in BBC's period jazz drama, Dancing on the Edge, the blind-sighted star was stifled by an attack of crippling nerves. I don't feel understood about the whole thing." She pauses, swallowing contempt for the episode. "With the modern internet, people are really stupid about what they say.“Then again, women take on too much, so I think they probably whinge because they’re absolutely exhausted.“That’s our mistake, always wanting to be perfect.” She added as an older woman she had experienced being ignored, explaining: “There are times now when I feel completely invisible in the street.” She said she liked “taking care of” men.
"It's one of the worst things for a woman to go through, humiliation and anger and hurt.In a very public place." Much of the film's action is split in half - a graphic depiction of Devereaux's sexual addiction and the consequence of his actions on his relationship with Simone.Delivered in French and English, Bisset and Depardieu employ an amazing chemistry.“I feel that this obsession to be ‘hot’ is more prevalent than ever it was in my youth.“It’s not, ‘I want to be charming and magical and romantic and beautiful’. “In other words, ‘I want men to want to screw me’.” Ms Bisset, who has never married but has had a number of long-term relationships, said she attributed the change in women’s behaviour to “desperation”.