Kirsten Dunst enjoyed shooting new movie Two Faces of January in Greece, because it gave her a chance to experience a working vacation.
The actress has always envied stars, like Adam Sandler, who appears to set his films in exotic places, so he can experience the local culture in between scenes, and admits she has begged her agents and managers to land her a film job somewhere beautiful.
So when she learned her latest film would take her to Crete and Athens, she was thrilled.
She tells WENN, "We walked to work from our hotel that most of us stayed in and everything was in close proximity to each other. If I got done early from work I'd go swimming in the sea which was such a luxury.
"We'd take a little cab to the local beach and it was so nice. We'd go paddleboating. I haven't really shot a movie where it felt like I was on vacation. This is the only movie I've done where it's been like that.
"Now I know why Adam Sandler does every movie he does in a different vacation spot! I got to get on one of these movies!
"I've literally said to my agent and manager, 'Are there any movies shooting in Hawaii or Thailand or Bali. I'll play any role. I'll be the nanny to Adam Sandler's children'."