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Now the moment had arrived.“I’m all nerves,” she said, her teeth chattering softly.“I think I never really believed we’d have to go through with this.” Then she sank to the floor of the breakfast room and, while I made us coffee, gathered my two dogs into her lap as if desperate for the solace of something terrestrial. “It’s my mum,” she said, laughing nervously, “calling to make sure I’m not going to die.”After some wan assurances in Swedish and a double espresso, we drove to the desert, suited up, boarded a plane whose blunt nose had been painted with shark’s teeth, and jumped.“I have no recollection of that free fall,” she says a couple of hours later, over a Thai lunch in Silver Lake, the Eastside neighborhood where a number of her old friends from Stockholm, writers and musicians mainly, are living on a sort of expat Scandinavian commune.
And because of that I think they were open to us in a way most adults aren’t.”Meanwhile, she got serious about ballet, moving to Stockholm by herself at age fifteen to train at the Royal Swedish Ballet School. “In ballet school we all had very good grades,” she recalls, “but not because you needed to be smart to dance.It was a fear I recognized immediately, having been up much of the night myself.A few weeks earlier the Swedish actress had suggested that we go skydiving after I threw out some rather tame ideas for a Los Angeles playdate—a game of tennis, a visit to a nearby farmer’s market, a sunny hike in the Palisades.It took another six years to cobble together the financing.“This was not a film of the ‘now’ when we started making it,” Alicia explains, “and it’s frankly amazing to think of the cultural change that has taken place since we started.I had assumed, when she suggested our morning heart-starter, that Alicia had a daredevil streak, but it turned out that she was merely solving a problem. I thought, Great; let’s go and have a glass of wine instead.
The year before, when a group of friends planned a sky dive in New Zealand, she assented in spite of her terror, not wanting to be the boring one. So when you suggested I cook with you, which I would have loved, for some reason I was reminded of all the fear I had leading up to that jump that never happened,” she explains, “and I thought, Well, if he’s willing, here’s an opportunity to fix something.”To those who knew Alicia as a child ballerina, and to those blown backward by her intense displays on the sets of studio pictures in far-flung locales and with soaring budgets, this determination is a given.“I push myself hard,” she concedes.
I suppose I was expecting a suited chauffeur with a joyless expression to match my own, his starlet cargo waiting behind tinted windows.
But when I opened the gate, there was Alicia Vikander in black leggings and cross-trainers, her familiar face, with its deeply golden complexion and wide-set brown eyes, looking stricken.
“It’s a mixed feeling when everything you’ve ever wanted in making films is coming true, and yet you feel scared because it’s happening all at once.
Suddenly you’re in rooms with people you’ve looked up to for years, the Judi Denches.
In the last year she has had six films in American theaters, including , costarring her real-life boyfriend, Michael Fassbender, are due to arrive this year.