Tilda Swinton reckons life hasn't changed much for her since winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress at this year's Academy Awards.
"Do you know I'm embarrassed to say this here, you won't tell anybody? It hasn't changed at all," the British actress said at a special event held by the American Film Institute in Los Angeles to honour her work. "It's partly because all the things that I've done since, I was going to do anyway."
The down-to-earth star, who won her Oscar for 2007 George Clooney film 'Michael Clayton', also said she hadn't experienced any more recognition from people on the street since getting her gong.