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Weisz not a fan of handheld cameras
Rachel Weisz has confessed that the handheld camera action favoured by her latest director made her feel "physically nauseous".
The actress was reunited with filmmaker Fernando Meirelles - who directed her to Oscar glory in The Constant Gardener in 2006 - on new movie 360, which also stars Jude Law.
She said: "Fernando uses an awful lot of handheld camera, which makes me sick - I mean physically nauseous.
"It feels like being part of a fly-on-the-wall documentary, as there's a little camera somewhere and a little light; it's very low-tech."
But Rachel said she loved working with Fernando on the film, a tale about romance and sex in the 21st century, which depicts a kaleidoscope of interconnected relationships.
The 42-year-old said: "He doesn't care if you improvise lines, you can say whatever you like. It's free, spontaneous and seemingly very unstructured."
Rachel, who plays an unfaithful wife in the film, went on: "I love the script and the idea that it's a true ensemble, everyone does their little story and then they pass the baton on to the next actor that comes along."
:: 360 is released in cinemas on Friday, August 10.