When I shot the very first scene with her it was when she’s on the beach and they come into the little town. And she sees the procession of young girls from the orphanage walk past her like in a fantasy or dream and she says, “We’ve been here before.” And that really remarkable. You know, I set up a little track and I’m looking through the camera and suddenly, this whole strange collision of world there in her eyes. She really is extraordinary. She’ll have as big a career as she wants, as long as she makes the right choices. She’s also — it’s impossible to fake that thing people have at that age, you know. I know people try to do so. You see playing younger and that sort of stuff. But the actual physicality of it. When she runs, or she’s walking or even sitting down on a bench scribbling away. It’s like the physical awkwardness of someone who’s grown up a little bit too fast.