Tell me a little bit about your character Carley and what did you relate to about her when you first read the script and then doing the role?
Snow: I really liked the character of Carley because I felt that she was really intelligent, not just book smart. She’s studying to be a lawyer and she was very driven. There was also a lot of her common sense and her ability to think about the situation, which is something that I gravitated towards. I love female roles that are smart. It’s just interesting how she approaches trying to get out of that terrible situation she’s in. I think that getting to play somebody that wasn’t all gussied up was great and I was weirdly excited about never having any hair and makeup work done. I mean basically I didn’t have any hair and makeup work done on me throughout the whole movie. I just kind of woke up and put my hair in a ponytail and put on mascara. We just did it and I wanted people to see me in that way where it wasn’t ever about what it looks like. It was about this real girl and this real story. I think the way that she saw the humanity in Dre and the way that she approached the situation by using his emotions I think is really something that I connected to because I sometimes do the same thing. I guess that’s why some actors use motions.
You’re also working with Love Is Louder.
Yeah, it’s a movement/charity I created a year and a half ago. People can go to it at LoveIsLouder.com. It’s a charity based on bringing down the negative voices that people create either with themselves or other people. It all started because of the recent suicide that happened to Corey Haim. It’s about supporting the mistreated and those who feel alone. I created it with the Jet Foundation and its going really well so it’s a really great movement that I’m really proud of, and I think it’s helping people, so it’s great.