Kirsten Dunst doesn't have much empathy for anyone complaining about the casting couch.
In an interview with W Magazine guest-editor Sofia Coppola, the 31-year-old reveals she's never worked with a director who made an inappropriate advance on her, explaining, "I don't give off that vibe."
"I think you court that stuff," she says, "and to me, it's crossing a boundary that would hinder the trust in your working relationship."
That's not to say that the former child star's career ascent, which included a 2008 voluntary rehab stint for depression, has been seamless. "[My] hardest age was 27," she tells Coppola. "I had to figure out how to navigate differently through my life."