becoming a "Yoko Ono"

One fan website has already cited her project with Barney as worrying proof that "she’s going a bit Yoko Ono." Did she and her husband have any misgivings about collaboration ?

I guess we had some worries. When we first met one of the first things we said to each other was, ’Let’s never work together.’ We just wanted that boyfriend/girlfriend thing ; that was the priority. But in the end it was easier to do a project together than not. We were going to the same places, meeting the same people, and listening to the same music. In a funny way, the soundtrack and screenplay for this movie is based on those shared experiences, but knowing Matthew I’m sure there are 20 other layers of meaning I’m not aware of.

The independant, July 15 2005