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“But it was a friend of the family who said, 'Wow that proves you had balls, great big ones!’” Richardson said that the status of her family – as well as her late sister, her mother is Vanessa Redgrave and her late father is Tony Richardson, the film and stage director – also meant she was aware of the need to stay “grounded”, especially as it meant she was frequently reminded of them.A lot of my friends changed, my relationship went, everything went, life as I knew it.” But it was this spring, having spent four years trying to make sense of what at first seemed senseless, that her mood lifted.“I suddenly realised that enough time had gone by for me to accept that this was the new way of life and to really start embracing joy.Richardson said that the subject appealed for its connection with real life.“I’m not an authority on sex addiction, thank God, but from everything I hear, it is something of an epidemic.
“You know that is so true.” She said that the effect of her sister’s death was to lose a linchpin of the family: “She was very much the one who took control and took care of everyone.” Her solution to the loss was to repeat a coping strategy of throwing herself into work, which she first did when her husband, Tim Bevan, the co-founder of Working Title and father of her daughter Daisy, 21, left her for another woman 16 years ago.“When you are close to someone, your whole take on life is very interconnected, however different you are, which we were.The added difficulty was something so intensely private being so public.As well as her immediate family, her acting relatives included her grandfather, Michael Redgrave, who died in 1985, her aunt Lynn Redgrave and uncle Corin Redgrave, who died within a month of each other in 2010, a year after her sister.“I always felt that in order to tell people’s stories and do my job, it’s important you don’t breath rarefied air, that you stay very, very grounded,” she said.
My job is to tell stories about real people.” She said she has taken her lead from Patti Smith, 66, the singer and song writer: “I am not a mannequin. It’s not a question of how old you are – it’s all about truth and charisma.” And while it’s glib to say that she’s moved on, she says she has “not easily, not skippingly” crossed a threshold. “From someone who never made a list in my life, I am now constantly making lists,” she says.