‘Titanic’ actress Kate Winslet says there’s one character she’d play again

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 13:  (SUN NEWSPAPER OUT. MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTO BY DAVE J. HOGAN GETTY IMAGES REQUIRED) Kate Winslet attends the UK premiere of "A Little Chaos" at ODEON Kensington on April 13, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

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LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 13: (SUN NEWSPAPER OUT. MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTO BY DAVE J. HOGAN GETTY IMAGES REQUIRED) Kate Winslet attends the UK premiere of "A Little Chaos" at ODEON Kensington on April 13, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

Actress Kate Winslet has played many impressive roles through her long career, but there is one character that she would love to go back and play again.

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The actress told Entertainment Weekly that if were up to her, she would go back and play Clementine from her 2004 film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," in which she starred alongside Jim Carrey.

Winslet said:

“Actually, she’s one I’d love to play again, because it was just so much fun. And the possibilities for the hair colors were just endless. Wouldn’t you like to see Clementine as a 42-year-old woman? I’d love to know what happened to her. I love the idea that she just let herself get really fat and just totally let go of her hangups about her body and just indulged in everything that made her feel happy. And more hair colors and more crazy clothes! I just think that could’ve been fun.”

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Winslet also revealed that she hardly ever goes back and watches any of her performances after doing a movie. She said a few years ago, she sat down with her daughter and director Peter Jackson to watch "Heavenly Creatures," Winslet's first movie.

“Peter kept turning to me and saying, ‘You know, this is a bloody good film! This is really a bloody good film we made! I mean, bloody hell! When you think about some of the (expletive) that’s out there, Christ! This is a really good film!’” Winslet said.

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"I was like, 'Calm down, Pete, calm down!' And I think he had a moment of allowing himself, beyond 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit,' to just be very, very proud of a film he'd made, this tiny film that we'd made 25 years ago," she added.

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