by Peter Knegt (October 21, 2008)

"I know how some people might think that when a film is made for such 
little money, it's a less desirable project," Michelle Williams said 
recently in an interview with indieWIRE,  "But I find it more 
liberating. There's less pressure."  Over the past decade Williams 
has built her career around such films, from Tom McCarthy's "The 
Station Agent" to Charlie Kaufman's upcoming "Synecdoche, New York." 
But she admits the "smallest" film she's ever made is Kelly 
Reichardt's "Wendy & Lucy, currently gathering significant acclaim 
on the festival circuit and stirring awards season buzz. "It was the 
most bare bones," she said.
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