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Her hair is long and shiny and her face is like a whirl of whipped cream, buffeted by the wind - full of swoops and curves and concave dips where you least expect them. I bet you can see her big eyes blazing from the back row. Sometimes, I have to give myself a kick up the bum to remind myself that there is finite time in this job."I don't believe it for one minute!
In the film, she wears lots of Issey Miyake-type gowns and "huge bosoms, because I am a breast-feeding mother and I am supposed to look milky". "I can't really tell you."What she can say is that Troy features lots of skirmish and sandal action, as Brad and co squint into the sun and strut upon the battlefield in unfeasibly short micro-togas, while the female characters drift from scene to scene in their cooling, Grecian gowns."All the men got sunburnt knees," snickers Saffron. She plays a girl with a guardian angel, which seems to sum up her life, in a funny kind of way."I like being in love, but loving is what is crucial to me," she says.
Yet despite this rumbling conscience, there's no sign of slacking on the film front.
Burrows, 30, has appeared in 20 or so movies, from a tiny role in In the Name of the Father - where she also had a romance with Daniel Day Lewis - to her latest part in Troy, the summer blockbuster starring Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom and Peter O'Toole.
And that is not something we should be sharing with a wider audience.""Precious" is a word that Burrows likes, and it suits her well.
Today, all six feet of her willowy frame is dressed in a no-nonsense style: Zara boots, tight jeans, a pin-striped Armani jacket.
She's like one of those people who claim it's not important they went to Oxbridge, but make sure you know about it within minutes of meeting them.