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Anya Taylor-Joy on ‘F—ing Losing It’ While Filming That Intense ‘Split’ Ending
Anya Slonim | Saatchi Art
Born in Moscow, Russia, into the family of the Russian-Polish intelligentsia — her Russian mother was an editor in the Soviet national daily newspaper 'Izvestia', and her multilingual Polish father, a professor and published historian, worked at the Polish University in Lviv, and later, at the Institute of Slavic Studies in Moscow, - Anya Slonim nee Misko grew up in an atmosphere of international history, culture, and art. On many a day Anya used to leaf through the French magazines that belonged to her mother - Gazette du Bon Ton, Modes et manieres d'aujourd'hui, La Guirlande des Mois — the miraculously survived stylish publications on fashion and design. Their beautiful Art Deco and Art Nouveau illustrations imprinted in her childish imagination would later inspire Anya in her own artistic work. Anya, as many in the Soviet Union at the time, got fascinated with the passionate worlds of the dubbed Argentinian movies that were shown in the cinemas in Moscow.
Nothing had come out yet. I had just come off Morgan , and I just got one side. I knew nothing about the script, I knew nothing. I have to be really passionate about it. And then I read the script and was just instantly in.