Kirsten: New movie is best work
Kirsten Dunst believes her performance in new movie All Good Things is the best work she has ever done.
The 27-year-old actress - who appeared in Interview With The Vampire when she was just 12 - plays a young wife in an abusive relationship in the film, which she began filming just after she left Utah's Cirque Lodge treatment centre where she was treated for depression in 2008.
Kirsten told V Magazine: I know I'll be seen in a very different light - this role is the most I can show of myself and I think it's the best work I've ever done, for sure."
Ryan Gosling also stars in the film.
Kirsten is returning to the spotlight following a break from acting and has lots of plans for the future.
The Spider-Man star said: "I want to do great work and work with great directors and do great movies and produce great films. I have criteria for myself that are probably too hard to ever meet, but I'm going to try."
Kirsten also spoke to the magazine about Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who she collaborated with on a small art film last year.
She revealed: "I was just so surprised by how kind and humble he was, I usually think artists are complicated by ego. But he giggles like a little kid and gets so excited."