Trudie's Style

I was finished with winter about three weeks ago," says Trudie Styler emphatically. "I'm only going to wear cotton now. No more layers of woolens."Spring may be coming along slowly outside, but in Styler's Central Park West apartment, the...

Styler originally wanted to do what she calls "my China story," a documentary about the students who escaped from China after the Tiananmen Square uprising. That project, "Moving the Mountain," has finally been completed and will open the Human Rights Festival this month and be featured on ABC's "Turning Point."

Her first film was a documentary called "Boys From Brazil," about Brazilian transvestite prostitutes working in Europe and the desperate circumstances that led them to such a life. While Styler will do more documentaries, she wants to branch into feature films.

Styler is thinking of doing a film called "The Grotesque," based on the book by Patrick McGrath. "It's an English black comedy and would feature Sting in the role of an enigmatic butler named Fledge," she says with a mischievous smile.

And, she adds, she won't abandon acting.

"I love it. I love it too much to ever give it up."
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