But it seems, certainly from the roles she gets, not to mention the press she's lovely, remember , that she is, at the moment, the best of our acting exports, and I get the feeling that it's something to do with her Enid Blytonish quality, the suggestion that she embodies a golden age of pure Englishness; which is what, at least partly, must have suggested her for Guinevere in the forthcoming King Arthur. These people all have blood on their hands; they've all done things that are disgusting. If she has to shag Arthur or Lancelot to get what she wants, then that's what's going to happen. Why not keep your head down and do what you do? And it was almost a tiny bit clever, what with it being the name of a song and all, but mainly it said, we're not entirely sure what we've got on our hands here; what talent she has and where she's going to send it. She is at very great pains to point out that her parents wouldn't have let her work if it had affected her schoolwork. She told me that five times, and was very, very emphatic about it on each occasion. It's just very strange, because I've always thought the job was to watch people and try in some kind of way to copy a movement, or your job is to watch, to observe. Can I see myself having both? I thought they'd made the hugest mistake. It all sounds a little defensive to me, this emphasis on fitness over aesthetics, the resolute insistence that she is the way she is, and she would gladly alter it the minute a part required her to. No nudity per-se but the effect is pretty erotic. And she leans forward and says, "That's really interesting", even though it totally isn't, and I can't help but think that's a nice nature and a very good upbringing.