Weeks and Fatal Attraction. Cue murder, guilt, cops, tears and a wrenching moral aftermath that ends, radically, in ambiguity - the good kind, the kind that makes you wonder what will or should happen next. You're consumed by them and your priorities change. It's the kind of drive-through interview that tends to give an actress the distant cordiality of a flight stewardess, smiling but with the defences firmly in place. His on-set technique, however, involves cheering the stars along like a coach from the sidelines. She dated Jon Bon Jovi and Matt Dillon during the 80s, and was married to Lambert until - a man that she has described as 'the complete opposite of someone who could give me what I needed'.
And you can't help but think that Diane Lane is now as popular and beautiful as ever, and that little Eleanor could do a lot worse in terms of role models.
You know, I've done very well without celebrity for a very long time and I think I'm a different animal for it. His on-set technique, however, involves cheering the stars along like a coach from the sidelines. Which does for the remaining theories about child stars. Her stage career began at six, as a full member of La Mama, a globe-trotting avant-garde theatre company. Lane herself married a Frenchman - the actor Christopher Lambert, with whom she had Eleanor, now eight - but she denies this made the scenes any easier. After all, there was a time when she was so set for success that failure seemed inevitable.