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She channeled her grief into the role."I felt like I was drowning in sorrow and grief.
It just felt like there was no way out, ever," the German-born 41-year-old, best known for blockbusters such as "Troy" and "Inglourious Basterds," told AFP."In the Fade" was filmed chronologically, allowing Kruger to tap into her character's fluctuating state of mind, and her own fraught emotions were heightened by visiting grieving relatives of real-life murder victims."I never felt like that tension, those feelings, like I could push them aside at night, or on weekends," Kruger told said in an interview at the plush Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills.
I wouldn't have put myself in that position if I'd thought it would happen.
Her diverse resume includes roles in time-travel adventure "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" and as the wife of a South African prison guard who befriends Nelson Mandela in "Goodbye Bafana."She played a US homicide cop in the FX series "The Bridge" and has demonstrated her French language skills in films such as Benoit Jacquot's erotically-charged historical epic "Farewell, My Queen."Kruger saw "In the Fade" -- her first role in her native German -- alone in a screening room and again 10 days later at the Cannes world premiere, an experience she describes as "overwhelming.""I was really, really stressed out and it's my first really big starring role.In addition to this successful model can be seen on the covers of such glossy magazines as “Vogue”, “ELLE” and some others.Diane Kruger was aware that the modeling career can not last too long, so she decided to try itself in cinema.Kruger was filming "In the Fade" -- Fatih Akin's German thriller about a woman who seeks revenge on the neo-Nazis who killed her husband and son -- when she was told her stepfather had died.