The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet: Zoe Saldana
It’s like, ‘shut up? Why aren’t you happy? Why can’t you just be like every girl? Why do you always have to try to be a man?’ It’s not even trying, trying to be a man. It’s about trying feel significant, trying to feel equal, trying to believe that my purpose was more than just, be half of something else and deliver the packages, the kids, to some individual so that they can glorify themselves.