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Dakota Johnson avows her mixed feelings about Motherhood

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Renowned ‘Fifty Shades’ (2015-2018) film franchise star Dakota Johnson’s upcoming film ‘The Lost Daughter’ is all set to release on December 17 in theatres and later is going to stream on Netflix from December 31. It is directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal and it also stars Olivia Colman along with Johnson, who has won numerous accolades such as Academy Award, BAFTA awards, Golden Globe Awards and many more.

‘The Lost Daughter’ is a story about a college professor, who meets a woman and her daughter in Italy on a vacation and becomes friendly with them and later confronts her thoughts about her early motherhood to them. The film is based on author Elena Ferrante’s book ‘The Lost Daughter’, which published on 2006.

Recently, discussing about the film in an interview with The Times, Dakota Johnson opens up about her mixed feelings of doing the role of Nina and also feels complicated towards motherhood. She said, “The film makes it OK to have complicated feelings about being a mother.”

Johnson also explains in an interview with Hollywood Reporter about the role Nina, who is struggling and disappearing everywhere to calm down herself from her thoughts and says the role is very different from Dakota’s own personality. She says, a person like her, who is not a mother yet or who doesn’t want to be mother in future, playing the role of Nina is very special to her. She also told the Channel, “But for some reason, there’s this stigma around talking about that. And there’s a stigma around having just the thought of what if I walked out that f**king door? For a week or a minute for a cigarette. But you’re not supposed to say that out loud. Why? It’s so human and so relatable.”

The actress, who got her first break through ‘Fifty Shades’ and got critical acclaim for her role Anastasia Steele, who is helpless and the film which is a provocative romantic drama, was a very different role from ‘The Lost Daughter’s Nina. Johnson says she is not a mother but she surely understands how it feels like to be scared of early motherhood.

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