Sienna Miller on Stopping Traffic in LA to Jump Out of Moving Cars | This Morning

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Sienna Miller swapped her career as a model to become a Golden Globe nominated actor. Her latest movie ‘ Wander Darkly’ sees her character stuck in a surreal state of timeless existence – wondering whether she’s dead or alive – after a car accident. Sienna joins us to discuss her most ‘challenging role yet’, why she sobbed during filming and how she’s been spending lockdown with her 8-year-old daughter – and her hoverboard!

Broadcast on 23/02/21

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