Friday, 5 April 2019

Elisabeth Moss On The Latest Issue Of Marie Claire Magazine

 As for Moss, who continues to shock audiences with her roles in Us and The Handmaids Tale, discussed how the show, which highlights fictional political corruption has actually bled over into real life politics today.


After woman wearing red cloaks (a symbol of oppression in the Hulu series) lined the halls of the Hart Senate building during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, Moss said she knew her on-screen role held real life responsibilities.

'It’s not like I did this to have a political platform, but at the same time, I’m an American. I’m a woman. I have things that I believe in as a citizen,' she said.

There’s a responsibility there that I try to handle with as much intelligence as possible,' she said. 

The blonde just terrified audiences with her part in Jordan Peele's record breaking horror film, Us.

And, she has numerous projects unfolding including upcoming films, The Kitchen, Shirley, Call Jane and The Invisible Man.

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