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“Not only is she really beautiful, but she’s so vulnerable,” says filmmaker Drake Doremus. “You just love watching her. There is a lot going on under the surface.”

The director is gushing over the myriad talents of his star, Kristen Stewart, who not only holds a close-up better than just about any other actress, but, due to the aforementioned emotional reservoir, possesses the uncanny ability to convey more with a nod or shrug than most can with a 5-page monologue. And take it from Doremus—the man knows a thing or two about talented actresses, having presided over a couple of then up-and-coming gals by the names of Felicity Jones and Jennifer Lawrence in his sophomore feature Like Crazy.

Doremus’s latest is Equals, which made its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. In it, Stewart plays Nia, a young woman in a harmonious future society dubbed “The Collective” where everyone stalks about in white Nehru suits, and emotions have been all but eradicated. Those who show emotions are dubbed “Defects,” and sent to the infirmary to be killed. When her coworker Silas (Nicholas Hoult) falls in love with Nia, the two are forced to go on the run or face termination.

It’s a film that explores first love, and couldn’t have come at a better time for Stewart and Hoult. Filming began in August 2014, and the pair of young stars had just come off a couple of very high-profile break-ups (Robert Pattinson and Jennifer Lawrence, respectively).

“It was incredibly painful,” says Stewart, seated across from me at an empty nightclub in Downtown Toronto. “Ugh, fucking kill me. It was a really good time for both of us to make this movie. Not all of my friends have been through what I’ve been through, or what some people have tasted at a relatively-speaking young age, and we were not expected to do anything. Everything that we did was explorative, and a meditation on what we already knew.”

“We all felt akin by how much we’ve been through, and to utilize that is so scary,” she continued. “And to acknowledge it, reassess, and jump back into it? Usually you want to move on. But at least we could use some of that for some good. This movie was a meditation on firsts, and a meditation on maintaining, and a meditation on the ebbs and flows of what it’s like to love someone—your feelings versus your ideals, the bursting of bubbles, the shattering of dreams you thought were possible, and what you have to contend with as things get more realistic.”

“Relationships,” she adds, “you just never fucking know.”

The Daily Beast spoke to Stewart, whose recent relationship has garnered plenty of ink, about the many messages of Equals, and much more.

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Over 190 HQ pictures of Kristen attending the ‘Equals’ premiere on TIFF this Sunday evening has been added to the gallery. You can check by clicking the previews below.

Kisten Stewart has been making the rounds of plenty of film festivals lately: Sundance for “Camp X-Ray,” Cannes for “Clouds of Sils Maria,” Toronto for the Alzheimer’s drama “Still Alice.” And that was just In 2014.

On Sunday, she rode back to Toronto for yet her latest fest offering: the dystopian romantic drama “Equals,” directed by indie darling Drake Doremus and co-starring Nicholas Hoult.

Appearing thin in a leather jacket and an abundance of rings, Stewart ‎waved aside the idea that she had embarked on a new chapter after five “Twilight Saga” films, the last of which came out in 2012.

“It looks from the outside that I had a really commercial career and then started doing more cinematic pieces,” she said, in a lounge space surrounded by foosball and rod hockey, several hours before “Equals” was to make its North American premiere here.‎ (The film, which as of Sunday afternoon had several U.S. distributors interested, debuted at Venice last week.)

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The star of the edgy new sci-fi title ‘Equals’ discusses the challenges of fame, life after Bella and why she will unfriend you.

In Drake Doremus’ future set love story Equals, all emotions have been suppressed, replaced by an intellectual curiosity that makes for one very efficient workforce. Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult play two people inflicted with SOS, Switched On Syndrome, that allows them to slowly begin to feel their feelings.

Surrounded by a population of subordinates, the two fall in love with an intensity that makes it feel like they are the last two people on earth. Stewart, who has managed to hide her “sickness” publicly, tries to suppress her feelings, knowing that if found out, the two will be sent to a rehabilitation center that ends in suicide or death. The film takes a Shakespearean twist that makes us think that the future might not be so bleak after all.

The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Stewart to discuss the real-life training she had for turning off her emotions and how her first love was all too close to the role. Equals premieres in Toronto on Sept. 13, with worldwide sales handled by Mister Smith Entertainment.

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