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Maya Fuhr: Splice tells a story about two genetic Engineers who fuse together animal DNA and human DNA to create a hybrid creature. Hi, I’m Maya Fuhr and welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re talking to Delphine Chaneac who plays the creature in the film. So tell us about your character trend in Splice.
Delphine Chaneac: She’s like an animal and a mix of the animal and a woman and then sometimes she’s more human than the other one. She’s more a feminine sometimes. She’s more a — like she’s like a child, she’s more innocent, she’s more pure, she’s like an angel and that’s the strength to speak about here because I told you to put a little a lot of humanity in this character. I tried to make her like very, very pure, very sweet and nice.
Maya Fuhr: And how did you prepare for the role?
Delphine Chaneac: That was amazing and then there was so hard. I was running everyday, I did all the stunt in the movie so I was learning with this then guy which is then cruel all the day. A real so lot but whatever that will have.
Maya Fuhr: What do you think is the most interesting about Tran’s character and how do you think that you can relate your personality?
Delphine Chaneac: She’s insensitive and this is a part of me I think I’m very distinctive she’s very like black or white not gray. I love 8 I’m leaving with like this. So sometimes fear but I’m like this.
Maya Fuhr: You’re absolutely standing in person so can you talk to us about the make up procedure before you get on swing.
Delphine Chaneac: But you know what everybody told me about the make up but that’s not a lot so I don’t know how you can take that because I shave my head. So when you get bald, you are so different and after that they just make up very natural, very normal just a little bit and they put the scared scar there and after that they put some spot to take up the eyes to move the eyes but there’s not a lot of make up and there are just some prosthetic for the skull that’s it.
Maya Fuhr: So what would you say is the most difficult thing in terms of your acting?
Delphine Chaneac: Your word support your play, they help you to play and for dredge and it didn’t speak at all so that was how because after two put everything into my eyes, into my mouth, into my skin, into my nose to say different kind of feelings but that’s all because I’ve just one facer.
Maya Fuhr: Can you briefly talked about Drench relationship with the other characters in the movie, Clive and Elsa?
Delphine Chaneac: She’s like a child sometimes but sometime the show like a pet so it is for this reason she react and she loved them a lot like parents and because she loved them, she don’t know what is wrong and what is good. She’s just so instinctive, she comes to them and she hug them but sometimes that’s good. Sometimes that’s not so good.