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Sasha Lane did not expect her to become an actress. In fact, on a beach in Florida, she has just approached the British coach Andrea Arnold who was street casting the upcoming movie "American Honey". Sasha was a perfect lead and she did not have anything to lose. In 2016, she played the leading role of a American teenage runaway star with senior LaBeouf and was impressed by critics and fans as well as her infectious screen energy and charisma. She is shaking the industry as a Hollywood star. She recently took part in "Class of 2018" of Teen Vogue. You can see her at the Hellboy who comes with the 2018 Hearts Beat Loud, Mila Jovovich ugg bottes pas cher .
We sat in the Lane in Los Angeles, discussed a trip to the fame of Cinderella style, what she feels for herself, and her favorite picture book.
UGG: When I met Director Andrea Arnold, you started the act as an actor. Can you tell us the story?
SL: I met Andrea Arnold on the beach in Panama City, Florida. A week before I saw her, I was in Texas and told me that something good happened and heard this voice in my head. A week later I was kicked out of the hotel and ended at the beach. Later, Andrea came to her little cowboy hat, I just hung up with her for a week. She asked me if I was doing anything. And I said "yes". A month later, I went to the American honey and took a picture.
UGG: How often do you feel?
SL: I feel like there are signs everywhere, all the time, throughout the day. That's why I think everyday.
UGG: What kind of advice do you have for young people who feel there are more things there?
SL: Please pay attention to these signs and follow it. All intestines, listen only to your intestines, nothing else.
UGG: What were you doing before American Honey?
SL: I was the first year to learn psychology and social work.
UGG: How do you think these studies will affect what you are doing now?
SL: Psychology holds everything - acting, writing, all of it. In social work, I already emotioned, but learning the world helped me become more emotional.
UGG: What is your favorite thing about living in Los Angeles?
SL: Even if you are hanging with just friends, I love to get artistic things from everything you do here. Suddenly you are writing poems. All of a sudden you are writing a script. Suddenly you feel each other's soul, that is my art.