She had a tatoo which stands for: 'A new dawn, a new day' during filming to lift her spirits ‘I’m glad you caught that moment,’ she says.
‘I found it quite easy to feel that sense of being left out and how hard it can be sometimes to be generous to another person’s good memories when they exclude you.‘The kind of movies I like the most that are the hardest to do are films that are funny but have surprising moments like that in them.
‘So this child came to me and I thought: “This is not in any way planned, but why not? I thought this must be meant to be and it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.’‘Tim was there, and her biological father was there with his two younger children.
Everyone wanted to make her day go as smoothly as possible.
‘I didn’t buy the Catholic concept of Original Sin.It became part of the way I worked because I took my kids with me all the time.‘Now I’ve been doing a lot more work.It’s been fun to get back into the swing of things.Tim’s been a great father and was very generous in his wedding speech to her biological father — who hasn’t been there that much — and to me. Well, De Niro appears as divorcee Don Griffin and Susan as his live-in lover Bebe Mc Bride, who are engaging in a bit of afternoon rumpy-pumpy when they’re interrupted by the ex-wife, Ellie (Keaton), arriving for their daughter’s wedding.In character: Susan Sarandon starred in The Lovely Bones with actress Saoirse Ronan in the year that partner Tim Robbins left her.
I thought raising my children was a lot more interesting.