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  • “The UPSIDE about getting OLDER is the deepening of experience, the ability to be vulnerable and OPEN”

    been thinking about doing another movie, but I told him I couldn’t do the job unless he was going to help me... I didn’t think the part was good enough for him anyway”). And yes, they belong to a co-op. “People are so sneery about it,” says Gyllenhaal. “Even I used to hate it. In fact, I got kicked out once for forgetting to do my shift, but it’s really important to Peter and he doesn’t care what people think. I have to say, it has the best produce out of all five boroughs, it’s a third of the price and I like to cook, so it makes sense.”

    The actress says she is a big fan of therapy and has also taken up yoga again, after going through a phase of thinking it “supremely cheesy and irritating”. In fact, Gyllenhaal was

    so moved by her yoga teacher’s words at a recent class that she burst into tears. “I don’t know, I feel that irony serves me less now that I’m older,” she muses. “What I used to think was cheesy, I just don’t anymore. Hopefully that’s the upside about getting older – the deepening of experience, the ability to become more vulnerable and open to things. Because I can see how trying to make sure you don’t have any wrinkles and your breasts are where they were when you were in your twenties would surely kill you.”

    Wise words from a wise woman. What a shame it is time to go. As we stand on the steps of Nobu saying goodbye, the actress spots a clutch of paparazzi, nestled under some scaffolding, patiently waiting for her to come out. “Darn,” she sighs, putting on her huge sunglasses and turning the hood of her parka up, even though it is now nearly 70 degrees outside. “I guess that means I have to take a taxi after all.”
    Frank is out on May 2

    Top and skirt by Vika Gazinskaya


    Art direction: Jon Wetherell. Hair: Matthew Monzon using Leonor Greyl at Makeup: Dotti at Streeters. Manicurist: Roseann Singleton at Art Department

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