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Kimberly Peirce said, ‘You’ve never wanted to be a boy, have you? The reaction to that infamous blow job scene in Vincent Gallo’s “The Brown Bunny” still haunts her. “He’s very precise, and he also likes to do things a lot… ’ And I said, ‘No,’ and she was like, ‘Why don’t you come back in and try out for the other part? Sarah Polley was Kimberly Peirce’s first choice to play Lana in “Boys Don’t Cry.” “I only got the part because Sarah Polley passed. “I thought it would just kind of play to an art house audience, I don’t know why I thought it would just go under the radar. I love ‘Buffalo 66.’ I put my faith in him, believed in him. I think it was a way of kind of reclaiming myself, which sounds odd, but after the celebrity and stuff, being like: ‘No, that’s not who I am, I’m this other thing, and this is what I stand for.’ Or wanting to push the envelope. Like John [Waters], who’s here.” Sevigny gestured to Waters, who called out from the audience: “I loved the ‘The Brown Bunny’! The insects on the windshield…” READ MORE: ‘Lizzie’: First Look at Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny in Gothic Historical Murder Mystery 4. It was ‘Zodiac.’ I don’t think it really hurt me, necessarily.

“Drew Barrymore had actually approached Harmony and she wanted to play [Brandon Teena] and she wanted me to play Lana in her version. And he knew I was into Black metal so he was always teasing me about like going off and burning churches.

In Larry Clark’s “Kids,” which premièred twenty years ago this July, she played a grunge ingénue drifting through raves and skate parks.

In one scene, her friends debate the merits of “sex, making love, and fucking.” The women of “Love and Friendship,” an upcoming Whit Stillman-directed Jane Austen adaptation that she’ll appear in, would probably prefer “courtship.”Sevigny’s latest project aims to stitch together her diverse pursuits.

“Chloë’s friends all eventually allude to this sense that she is holding back.”When Mc Inerney asked to write about her, Sevigny had a demand: “I told him I’d only do the story if he got the magazine to buy me a red rubber Helmut Lang dress with pink lace,” she remembers, laughing.

In the end, she did the piece but bought the dress herself.

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