Stewart is taking two months off acting to write a script.
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Kristen Stewart's directing ambitions go all the way back to when she was an 11-year-old performing in the 2002 David Fincher thriller "Panic Room".The film opens a new chapter in the 27-year-old actor's filmmaking ambitions.Stewart spoke with AP in a pair of interviews – one on a balcony in Cannes in May, and another by phone Thursday.Stewart describes the film's subject as "aggrandized pain," saying its imagery has haunted her for four years."Come Swim" reflects something essential about Stewart. She is hyper alert to her surroundings and her emotions. Getting behind the camera was a way for Stewart to be the kind of director she herself appreciates – one who favors discovery over heavily scripted control.
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