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Two thousand six brought X-Men 3, the film that was supposed to be Page's big break. But she got lost in the sprawling ensemble -- try to find her on the DVD cover -- and it would be the tiny indie Hard Candy that changed everything. Sue Carter Flinn caught up with her during a short stint living in Brooklyn, and the young actor had insightful things to say about her movie, which turned the tables on the typical man-tortures-woman plots so prevalent in popular culture these days. "'It's pretty unbelievable the amount of violence we see our sex go through,' says Page. 'It's kind of like, 'Hey, it's your turn.'" Read it all here.

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