Thats true especially in this group of friends. If they were to go back and tally how many times theyve been hurt or theyve hurt people and start making amends, I think it would quickly become a pretzel and everyone out of exhaustion would agree to make a blanket apology and move on. articleWay back in the first season, Girls was criticized in some corners for not being diverse enough. Did your time on Girls increase your interest in telling stories about social issues or in taking roles in projects like Get Out? I dont think Girls and Get Out had anything directly to do with each other. I would have played Rose at any time in my career. It was the sort of role I have always kept an eye out for creatively. I do think Girls gave me a sort of critical eye towards the projects that I take on because I knew what it looked like to be a part of something that was created carefully. I wanted to be a part of projects that made deliberate choices and took risks. Safety wasnt something I was interested in anymore and that negated a lot of the roles that were coming my way. But as for the criticism of the show, I think being on Girls has taught me to look for roles that were written from a position of intimate knowledge of what they were writing about rather than about a life they didnt know, which is why Lena didnt want to try and screw up writing somebody elses intimate truth.
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