Alyssa Rosenberg: ‘I don’t want to be a burden’ to kids
NEW YORK — Alyssas Rosenberg said she is taking time to think about her career.
The writer-director is on a mission to make movies that will be “a little bit of a burden” for young people, but the problem is that she is being accused of being a burden, said the actress in a new interview with the New York Post.
“I’ve got to find a way to balance the fact that I’m doing it as a mother, but also I’ve got my career,” Rosenberg said.
“I’m really looking forward to my career and to being able to support my kids and their future, but I don’t think I’m a burden.”
The film star is the first person in the world to win an Oscar for writing, directing and producing a movie, for a movie and for an award.
She was nominated for the best actress Oscar in 2007 for “Lincoln.”
But the New Yorker has faced accusations of making a film that doesn’t accurately reflect the country she grew up in, as well as a slew of negative comments about her race.
“People think I can’t be a mother,” Rosenberg told the Post in an exclusive interview.
“And I know that’s not the case.
I know it because I’ve seen it happen, but this is not something I can control.
I’m not saying that because I’m an actor.
I am not saying because I have a lot of money.
I have to figure it out.”
Rosenberg is also being accused by her critics of not having a real grasp on what she wants to do with her career and of being too attached to her work.
Rosenberger, who is the daughter of Jewish immigrants, told the Times in an interview last year that she does not want to play a role that is “too Jewish.”
“I want to make sure that I can express myself in a way that I think is authentic and I don and I think they’re not,” she said.
Romey’s comments are the latest twist in a series of controversies surrounding her.
Roma, the film’s director, has defended her choice of casting for the movie.
“We were looking for someone who was a very specific sort of Jewish woman.
I was looking for somebody who had a lot to offer and she was the most perfect,” she told Variety magazine in March.
Romer has also been under fire for being an advocate for anti-bullying legislation.
She and the film stars, including Amy Adams, were among the first celebrities to sign a letter in 2015 to President Donald Trump, who was pushing for legislation to address the issue of bullying.
Romeslitz said she hopes the controversy will help her to take a more active role in addressing the issue.
“It’s a very sad thing that I know is taking place,” she says.
“There’s no way to avoid the fact it’s a big issue and I’m the person who’s really trying to be part of this.
I don´t know if I want to take on the role of being an activist, but at the same time, I’m working on a movie.
I think I want this to be about something bigger.”
Romeys co-star, Julia Roberts, said in an Instagram post that Rosenberg was a “hero” for speaking out against bullying.
“As a mom, I think it’s important to recognize the value of speaking up about the issue,” she wrote.
“When people of color say they are scared or afraid, it’s often in response to other people.
A lot of times, it can be a person who is afraid for their own safety, or it can also be a white person who just wants to avoid making a fuss.”
Roberts, who has two children with Rosenberg, said she was glad to hear that Rosenberg has been a vocal voice for the issue, but not everyone agrees.
“If she is going to speak up, and say that she thinks the problem with the film is not because the film isn’t good, but because there are some white people who are scared, then I think she’s probably wrong,” she tells PEOPLE.
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