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Keeping it real is Dunst’s way

By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / November 6, 2011

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TORONTO - Kirsten Dunst’s hair was up. Her legs were crossed in a pair of skinny jeans. She held a water bottle, wore a silken blue blouse that buttoned in every direction so as to give nothing away, and shiny yellow flats. She was put together, as they say. But not too put together. It wasn’t that she was unfinished (she seemed complete). It was that Dunst was comfortable being as she was: a working actress.

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