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It took another six years to cobble together the financing.“This was not a film of the ‘now’ when we started making it,” Alicia explains, “and it’s frankly amazing to think of the cultural change that has taken place since we started.“Two years of films where I had to be white as a ghost,” she says now, laughing. She worries that in English she comes across as stiff, unnatural.“I think I’ve been very self-conscious trying to express myself in a new language, and sometimes I don’t recognize the person that comes out,” she says.It was a fear I recognized immediately, having been up much of the night myself.
Like Jessica Chastain in 2011, she seems suddenly to be in everything, all at once.It was because ballet is about perfection, and if you weren’t perfect, it was like the world was falling apart. I went to therapy without telling my parents.”Constrained by the world of the ballet, Alicia escaped to the nightclubs of Stockholm, unspooling her bun and throwing on a black T-shirt to conceal her preppiness.She also started auditioning for roles on Swedish television shows.You wonder if you’re good, if you have what it takes.You carry an anxiety around with you—I’ve met many actors now who will say this—and the lonely feeling that this could be your one chance.”Tom Hooper’s , have already earned her Golden Globe nominations.) Though the film tells the story of Lili Elbe (played by Eddie Redmayne), a Danish artist who in the early 1930s underwent the first known gender-confirmation surgery, it is in equal measure the story of Lili’s wife, Gerda, who grapples with the loss of her husband but grows to become Lili’s closest ally and fiercest advocate.
On-screen Alicia is at once steely and fragile, world-weary and childlike.