"It's definitely more exciting to play because I don't think I know what pure evil is, nor does that seem to be something that sustains itself or is interesting to watch," Driver says. "Watching people who feel kind of morally justified to behave the way they do is in a way more unpredictable and dangerous because there's nothing that they won't do to accomplish their mission because they feel empowered in being right."
"It's hard to do it justice, describing the life of someone. She's so complicated," said Adam Driver, who plays her estranged son. "It is always exciting to see someone who is not interested in conforming to any way of how you should behave. And I think she embodied that with a really great sense of irony."