Emma Stone’s new film “Collection” has made its debut at some film festivals and was released in limited editions in November. On Friday, Graham Norton Show stopped promoting the film. With the help of Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and Melissa McCarthy, Stone explained the dangers that Norton called the “tight bod role.” This is both a fun and uncomfortable conversation. Not as uncomfortable as wearing a corset, but still very uncomfortable.
“This is accurate in history, but I can’t breathe. I will smell mint, which makes me feel like I am, like a vast space. So, I just smell a little mint and stay in a wide space. 30 seconds, then back to the state of being unable to breathe. But after about a month, my organ moved because of necessity. This is only temporary, but it is very bad.”
Historical accuracy sounds like real pain in the neck. Of course, if you wear a corset, the next pain may be that the kidneys are looking for a new place to live. Stone also said that she couldn’t sit while wearing a historically accurate bodice, so she was forced to lean on the couch awkwardly on the couch while she smelled mint and pretended she was somewhere else.
Although we may never know exactly where the organ went, we should at least be able to figure out where her sloping plate is. They sound like a lot of good things that many people should have at work, even if they don’t wear a corset.