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Tilda Swinton feels David Bowie's presence everywhere

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Tilda Swinton feels David Bowie's presence everywhere

Tilda Swinton felt David Bowie's presence "everywhere".

The 55-year-old actress, who starred in the 'Starman' hitmaker's 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight) music video in 2013, admitted she could sense the late musician's aura during the filming of 'A Bigger Splash', which sees her play rock star Marianne Lane.

Speaking to The New York post about the uncanny feeling at the premiere of her film 'A Bigger Splash', the blonde haired beauty said: "[David] Bowie is everywhere, always and everything."

Meanwhile, the award winning star - who received the Richard Harris Award by the British Independent Film Awards in 2005 for her outstanding to the British film industry - has decided she is going to work more now her 18-year-old twin children Honor and Xavier are older.

Speaking previously she explained: "In the past few years I have been engaged with things in my own life, like having children and not wanting to be away from home for eight months. These are the things that make you decide what to do."

Tilda can currently be seen in the Italian-French erotic-thriller film directed by Luca Guadagnino, which sees her and co-stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson on vacation on a Sicilian island.