Last March, Sandra Bullock had admitted that she would take a break from acting to spend more time with her children. However, the renowned actress winner of an Oscar award in 2010, has recently revealed that although she is very grateful for her success, it has not been without sacrifices and that continuing “to the fullest” as she has done so far, would have serious consequences on her health.
During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 57-year-old actress has warned that she will move away from the big screen indefinitely due to a condition that affects most working people known as “burnout” or burnout syndrome.
“I don’t want to be indebted to anyone’s schedule other than mine. I’m so ‘burned’. I’m so tired and I’m not able to make healthy and smart choices and I know it,” said the star of ‘The Proposal’.
The film director also said she felt grateful for the job opportunities that have been presented to her in several decades, which have allowed her to consolidate a stable and publicly recognized career; however, in his personal life things have been very different.
“The work has always been constant for me and I’ve been very lucky, but I realized it was possibly becoming my crutch. It was like opening a fridge all the time and looking for something that was never there,” sandra Bullock said.
While the American actress did not confirm her final goodbye, she also did not talk about a possible return date. “I want to be at home. I just want to be at home… Because I was always running, I was always running towards the next thing. I just want to be present and be responsible for one thing,” said the histrionisa while recounting how her routine used to be from one production to another, which left her little time to live with her children Louis and Laila Bullock, as well as her husband Bryan Randall.
“If I decide to retire, then I will make that announcement. A very important announcement that nobody will care about,” concluded the Oscar-winning actress for her leading role in ‘A Possible Dream’.