"She just took the film right out of my head. I feel like I'm her Connecticut doppleganger...it really resonated with me."
"The Japanese have a saying...'If you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail.' So if you're a plastic surgeon, every nose needs correcting!"
"It just sort of epitomizes the mother-daughter relationship, whether it's about noses or what-not, it's about moms putting pressures on their daughters. It's really great."
"I thought it was very brave, because we all have things about us that we sort of want to hide...and in this film she is exposing this thing that we all worry about, and she's doing it in such a bold way as if to say we're all human and we have these sorts of questions."