She escaped to Georgia to discover 'where I began and my career ended', which took two years. Unfaithful's strength is its acute observation of what Lyne calls 'the body language of betrayal'. Because it will surface. She is also defiantly anti-fabulous, at best bemused by the celebrity circus of which she was once a part. His on-set technique, however, involves cheering the stars along like a coach from the sidelines.
In acting terms Lane is wise beyond her 36 years another Lane bumper sticker:
After all, there was a time when she was so set for success that failure seemed inevitable. Unfaithful's strength is its acute observation of what Lyne calls 'the body language of betrayal'. Because it will surface. Best, I think, to know that part of yourself. Lane has created, not for the first time, that most un-Hollywood of characters: If she doesn't want Oscar tickets, doesn't she want a man in her life?