The Oscar-winning actor who won an Oscar for her role in ‘A Most Violent Year’ has shared the Oscar message she will miss, saying she will “never forget” the moment the winner’s name was read.
Papa Murphy, 58, said the film she directed was a “tribute to the memory of my friend and a tribute to the love of her life, Rosemary Burchill”.
“The Oscar was for Rosemary and the fact that I was able to tell her how much she meant to me was something I will never forget,” she said.
“The fact that her name was given to the film was something that was so profound and meaningful.”
I have watched it on my TV.
It is one of my favourite films.
“Rosemary was a devoted friend of Papa Murphy’s who helped her with her acting, she said, and she “never thought of her as something that would ever be forgotten”.”
She was such a big part of my life.
She was such an important part of me.
“Papa said the Oscar had been a “dream come true” for her and she was looking forward to “truly appreciating the film and watching it over and over again”.”
I will never be able to thank the people of New York enough for what they have done,” she added.