Alice Eve poses in sexy lingerie while wearing a butterfly shaped headpiece for a feature in Flaunt‘s “The Psychoanalytic Issue: Behavioral Patterns”.
Here is what the 30-year-old The Raven actress had to share with the mag:
On her role as Edgar Allen Poe’s love interest: “I loved her, because I understood her. She was in love with a genius. I understand the concept of a woman subjugating herself for the love of a brilliant man.”
On her time as an Oxford student: “Sadly, I never fell in love with Oxford. There’s nothing as bitchy as professors in academics. They’re unflinching. That absolutist attitude, it’s dictatorial, really. When I left, I entered the world of entertainment, which is the opposite of academia, but just as catty.”
On performing live theater: “There’s a great camaraderie and family feeling in theater, and there’s a great pleasure in making something, and seeing it live on, beyond the time that you did it. That’s both the magic and the sadness of theater. When it’s done, it’s done. That production will never be made again. It’s a memory. When you make a film, it’s there forever.”
For more from Alice, visit Flaunt.com!