ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What appealed to you about playing Monica Velour?
KIM CATTRALL: First of all, it's a character you don't see very often because there's nothing empowering and uplifting about her. She's a narcissist and she's in a real bind, and you see her in this very difficult time in her life where she needs to turn a page. Then she meets a young man who also needs to turn a page, and then they actually help each other do it. It reminded me very much of Harold and Maude, of two different people in two different points in this crazy world that they inhabit. For me, there were many dimensions to this character. Rarely do you see that in a film script. I'm not a personality actress. I never have been. I have been a character actress.