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So while her latest role is, in one respect, different to almost everything that’s come before, it could hardly be called a waste of Spacek.Spacek could be eight years old in that shot, or 25.(The character is 15; the actress 23.)In Brian De Palma’s Carrie, three years later, she played a virginal 1970s high-schooler, but one with the kind of soul-peeling death stare you might expect to see in an occult medieval etching.“I remember looking at this water and thinking, ‘I know I’m not supposed to do this,’” she says, with a slowly broadening smile.
“And when I put that cup to my lips, it was the coolest, sweetest water I’d ever had.” Spacek tells stories so vividly, you can taste them: the coldness of the water, the dryness of the summer air, the tang of childhood defiance.Asda is to sell lotions with more “masculine” scents such as liniment and musk alongside its “girly” selection.