Spike Jonze thinks Scarlett Johansson is a good actress because she is happy to show her emotions, however uncomfortable.
Scarlett Johansson is a good actress because she is ''not afraid'' of revealing her emotions.
The 29-year-old actress has been praised by 'Her' director Spike Jonze for bringing so much life and character to the role of the computer which falls in love with a human, which she voices.
He said: ''Scarlett is not afraid of revealing her pain and emotions. She's attractive, but also smart as hell. She's in some renaissance age, where she is pushing herself to new places. She wants to go deeper and is taking risks.''
For her part, Scarlett found it quite easy to get into her role, and sympathised with the way the computer felt.
She added to People magazine: ''I can relate to her enthusiasm, her curiosity and her tenderness, those are all feelings that come from my heart too.''
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