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‘I’ve definitely done some clunkers,’ she says of her subsequent movie choices.
In 2001, she was infamously arrested for shoplifting, prompting a trial that revealed her drug use and depression.
The whole ensemble is topped with a wide-brim, wraparound, straw sun visor.
It’s only when Ryder smiles – which she does often – that she looks familiar.
It’s like that line in First Wives Club: “There are only three ages for women in Hollywood – Babe, District Attorney and Driving Ms Daisy.” Or mother, which I am now.
Luckily, [Joyce in Stranger Things] is not a cookie-cutter character; I get to do some more stuff with it. ‘You think about what’s going on in the world right now and (puts on a babyish, petulant voice), “There’s not enough roles for me! There are women who are facing much harder things all over the globe.’ , who have to endure much more intrusion than she ever did.
And casting Ryder, the quintessential 80s teen outsider, in the lead adult role – a mother deranged by grief when her son goes missing – was a stroke of brilliance. ‘It’s so overwhelming,’ says Ryder of the reception to the show, which is soon to return for a second season.
‘I don’t know what it’s like for really famous people… Although only a handful of people are present, at first I don’t even recognise Ryder.
Even then, she was only allowed to film during the school holidays. The film’s director, David Seltzer, said, ‘She had the kind of presence I had never seen – an inner life.
– it’s like Linus with his blanket,’ she says, referring to the Peanuts character who is never seen without his security blanket.
Not having children herself, Ryder asked her mother for advice during the shooting of .
Whatever message was being said by her mouth was being contradicted by the eyes.’ Bullied at school, Ryder thought her film career would boost her popularity, especially when she made comedy horror in 1988 (in which she played goth teenager Lydia Deetz).
‘I remember thinking, “Ooh, it’s like the number-one movie.