Kirsten Dunst almost quit acting after filming 'Spiderman 3'.The actress has revealed she became "sick" of acting and decided to take a break after filming the third super hero movie. Kirsten told Live magazine: "I was in a lot of pain while I was making 'Spiderman 3'. Afterwards, I was done with acting. I was so sick of giving myself to other people, because I had nothing in my life that was all mine."When I finished the film, I needed a very long break from movies. I couldn't look at a script, I didn't care about acting and I haven't worked since, because that's the thing that's been causing the most pain."Kirsten, 25, said a major cause of her depression was the poor response to 'Marie Antoinette', which was booed at the Cannes Film Festival. She said: "Cannes was difficult. I got there and it was like Miami had taken over the South of France. It was horrible even before a few people booed at one of the screenings."There were no more than six of them, but it was like they s**t on the film. I was so angry about the way people were talking about it and fed up with this business."The movie was personal to me. It felt like everyone was stamping on me."
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