From all of the criticism about how "sullen" and introverted she came across in the press, I was expecting more of the same locked-down, living in Lisbeth's skin persona, and she's really not. It's also very clear that Rooney and Fincher are like siblings from another mother, regardless of whether they slept together. This is Rooney being Rooney in these interviews and behind the scenes clips.Kindred freakin' spirits like Anne Shirley and Diana Barry, those two. This isn't one of these situations like Kristen Stewart coming across as gayer than a basket of songbirds on The Runaways commentary because she's still channeling (and outgaying) Joan Jett.
Obviously she pings when you see her as Lisbeth, and in her daily life, because it must be hard to get rid of a personage that was with her for so long in such a significant way as Salander was. This is Rooney being Rooney in these interviews and behind the scenes clips.
That's where Fincher, as a director, took her as an actress. She couldn't have achieved such acknowledgment for her performance if she wouldn't have work so hard to play that character, and the bisexuality was a remarkable aspect of Salander's personality.
Now, if she discovered some kind of sexual ambiguity in herself during filming, that's another thing; but, actually, she was just an average actress until Lisbeth.
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