Sandra Bullock Says ‘Gravity’ Shoot Brought on a Depression

In an recent interview with Variety Magazine, Sandra Bullock describes how she crept into a depression during the filming of 'Gravity'.

She describes the impact of acting alone, in a one-man show, made the set and experience lonely. It was not until George Clooney's presence and acting did it bring back the energy, Sandra Bullock said she was missing. But, after all the scenes Clooney had to complete were finished Sandra said that she crept back into a deep depression. Do you think her experience was typical for an actor acting alone on camera? Or do you think it is a consequence of being in character so deeply that the emotions of your character start to affect you? Leave us a comment below!

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