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“She’s a bit like a shark in that way—she needs to keep moving to stay alive,” says Francis Lawrence.

It’s an incredible run, groundbreaking in its creative and financial might, but Lawrence got there by working almost nonstop through her teens and 20s.

I don’t blame her.“My biggest fear from that whole thing was that people were going to think that I was trying to be sexy,” she says. She has already endured the awfulness of having personal intimate photos hacked and leaked, a felony that she forcefully spoke out against but that has left her on edge.“It’s scary when you feel the whole world judges you,” she says.

“I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven’t been able to get rid of it.

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Behold, a miracle: Jennifer Lawrence, sitting still. “If I’d said, ‘I’m a regular person,’ I’d want to kill myself.” is still a fair word to describe Lawrence, and it’s delightful to experience.

You float there by yourself, in darkness, for an hour, just you and your thoughts, and, if you like, a little mood music. It also may be completely the wrong time to do this, because Lawrence has just seen is about, say, sea horses from outer space who take over the White House, but I can’t.

(OK: It is not about sea horses from outer space who take over the White House.)The public’s first clue as to what lurks inside is an unsettling, multilayered film in which Lawrence gives a devastatingly beautiful performance that is equal parts vulnerability and rage and unlike anything she’s done before.

It’s a warm evening in Los Angeles, and Lawrence and I are alongside a fire pit in the backyard of a Mediterranean-style home high in the hills, where the air smells of flowers, money, and the negligible carbon burned thoughtfully by electric cars. Trust me: There are actors who get paralyzed about ordering lunch in front of an interviewer for fear of saying the wrong thing. This is not to say she doesn’t worry about blowback or misinterpretation or the types of things she might say if she had another Old Grand-Dad, but she can be deliciously, admirably truthful.

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