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“I’ve been very fulfilled by my studies. English has helped me think in an analytical way. It’s helped me see the world from new perspectives. Diving into these stories and characters has given richness to my own life. And now, when I read scripts or look at stories, I have these references for a larger understanding of humanity. I’m sure it will make my job as an actress more interesting.”

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“Emma’s one of the most severely mind-blowing forces of my peer group in acting right now, and I think based on what’s come before this, people just have no idea what she’s capable of. She has become, in these short weeks, one of my dearest friends — I think that will be the case forever — and she is the type of artist who is going to make her true self known in time, and I personally look forward to watching an entire population of Harry Potter fans get their minds twisted into small, pretzel-ish knots over what this girl can do. That’s exciting to me.”

“Oh God, I would never give Emma any kind of advice – she doesn’t need any! She is great, very strong. When I played Fleur in the final two films five years later, she, Daniel and Rupert had become wonderful adults – it was extraordinary to see. Emma is a national treasure, and they are all so smart. Growing up in that situation could have affected them badly but they managed to stay so focused and so humble, which amazes me.” – Clémence Poésy on Emma Watson