New photos and video of Taylor Schilling’s photoshoot/interview with Vogue from 2017

New photos and video of Taylor Schilling’s photoshoot/interview with Vogue from 2017

Here’s the original video and interview 

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New interview of Taylor Schilling with Broadly

New interview of Taylor Schilling with Broadly

 

From Broadly

Typically in a comedic film like this, the formula has a woman ditching her own career for a man she blindly falls for—that doesn’t happen here. Family is pure potent alpha female. Why are lovey-dovey domestic roles still expected of women on screen? Schilling spoke to us from her home in Brooklyn about workaholism, being an outsider to social media, and why resting is a radical act.

BROADLY: You play a character who suffers from the New York workaholic burnout, is that right?

Taylor Schilling: I mean, [laughs] yeah. I think that’s a great way to articulate it. Kate never felt like she fit into the social expectations that most of us have contracted to. Kate is following her own ambition. She’s not interested in vulnerability or the soft underbelly of life. She doesn’t want to touch that with a ten-foot pole. She’s interested in achieving. That works for her until her misery catches up with her; it’s burnout. Kate is a woman on the brink of that. Connection is necessary. She comes to that very begrudgingly.

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