„I think when you work with really wonderful directors who have a really strong vision, it lets you as an artist set the tone for your own career. So for me, it's not necessarily having that kind of notoriety. I'm interested in great work and working with people that have a singular vision, and I think the work dictates that.“

SARAH GADON IS NEW CLASS' 'MOST LIKELY TO WEAR A CORSET https://www.mtv.com/news/1671809/sarah-gadon-dream-house/ (September 30, 2011)

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