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Unfortunately for Englert, there’s just no way her moody, dark-haired, small-town alter ego won’t garner comparisons to Bella Swan.
Come Valentine’s Day, it’ll be interesting to see whether these two relatively unknown young actors can bring the crowds.
But both my parents are such fantastic storytellers – they’ve influenced me more than I can know.’ Englert made her screen debut aged 12 in The Water Diary, Campion’s short film about a family in rural Australia who struggle when a catastrophic drought plagues the country. ‘Mum wrote the character based on me and it was just who I was.’ Her first taste of live performance came when she played guitar and sang as a soloist at a local club in Sydney aged 15 every Sunday.
She still plays now – there is a clip on You Tube of her playing a song she wrote, Necessary Pains (‘that was just my friend trying out her camera’) and she says she wants to start performing live again (she also has a song credit on a recent film).
They have known each other for only two weeks but Tom has confidently booked a surprise night in a hotel.
After an unsettling incident in a local pub they follow road signs to the hotel, but keep ending up back where they started, on a tiny country road with no phone or GPS signal, limited petrol, the night drawing in.
Like their characters, Englert and de Caestecker met only two weeks before filming, and the rehearsal period was a series of improvised scenes suggested by Lovering so they could find out more about each other’s characters.
‘I encouraged them not to speak to each other outside rehearsals,’ Lovering says, ‘because I didn’t want them to get too familiar with each other.’ Throughout the two months of filming in November and December 2011 Englert and de Caestecker were not given a script.
(Campion has said she based Fanny’s character on Englert: ‘Whenever I was unsure I thought, how would Alice react?
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Englert drifted in and out of six schools, leaving permanently at 17.
‘School didn’t suit me at all; I was just too bloody sad – I was uber-sensitive, it was hormones really.’ Her parents, she says, ‘were amazing’ about her decision to leave.