-Michelle Pfeiffer covers "Town & Country" to speak about her new film "French Exit"
Pfeiffer on parties:"Somebody thew a party for me( Her 40th birthday) and it was just the worst evening. I have an eclectic group of friends and they don't necessarily gel,so I felt responsible-why aren't they talking? Are they not having a good time? I felt responsible, and I think that is the last party I ever had."
-Pfeiffer on her film roles:"Some of the performances I have felt best about are ones for which I have gotten panned.The ones that make me cringe are typically when I got the best reviews. I saw "Scarface" and I went, 'Eh, I'm okay.' I rarely like my work.I only look at them once. It's just too painful.
-Pheiffer on coming back from her unintentional hiatus from Hollywood:"Your seat is never saved in this industry. It's very competitive. There's that transition time when you're not the ingenue and you're not really old enough to be the grandmother. I'm at an age where the parts are getting more interesting for me again.I guess the timing really worked out,because I don't feel like I missed out on much."
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T&C’s March 2021 issue is here, starring #MichellePfeiffer! The actress talked with T&C about the joy of her latest role in #FrenchExit, which offered her the chance to play someone completely unlike herself. Read her interview with @adam_rathe here: https://t.co/IyXdhatGxw pic.twitter.com/5ubmzQknJF— TOWN&COUNTRY (@TandCmag) February 17, 2021