“So, if six of us were coming in to read a sonnet they’d all have one piece of paper and I’d have two or three,” she said.
“They’d think, ‘why does she have a bigger part?’ when it’s all the same!,” she added.
The ‘Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ actress finds the condition can be restricting when she takes part in her favourite pastime — painting, reported People magazine.
“I paint a lot and now I find it very, very difficult because if I look at something and then look back here, my eyes don’t adjust quickly enough to actually transfer that.
“Then I thought, ‘That’s what’s painting is about. You should paint what you see.’ And therefore it doesn’t matter – don’t translate it literally, translate it in the only way you can. It’s a different system.