Today she plays the savvy daughter to Allison Janney's boozing blabber-mouth of a mother in coming-of-age drama The Way Way Back."I think this story is very poignant for any teenager.
We've all been there and everyone has felt like that: they're isolated; they're not connecting and trying to figure out where they are in life."For me, it happened after high school, working and coming home and being, 'oh my gosh, none of my friends are home yet', and feeling this sense of home without any of my friends and everything being different and being like, 'oh God, I have no idea how to behave here'.
It was random like: 'Hello nice to meet you.' 'You too.'"Parker herself has shed little light on her thoughts on , famously remarking that watching Robb portray a young version of herself in the show was "odd".
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I'm practically still in a child's-size shoe," quips doll-sized Anna Sophia Robb, who finds it tough to emulate her predecessor's shoe obsession when so few designers make them in her size five. " says the 19-year-old who portrays a young Carrie Bradshaw as a high-schooler in the early 1980s. I prefer to have someone else pick clothes for me and then I pick from that.
And, unlike Parker, Robb is no fashion horse: "I really don't enjoy shopping, I find it overwhelming.