Kristen Stewart likes to get close with her directors

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KRISTEN Stewart admits she likes to have a close relationship with all her directors.

The 22-year-old actress - who cheated on Robert Pattinson with 'Snow White and The Huntsman' director Rupert Sanders - claims her performance in a movie depends a lot on her relationship with its director.

The 'On The Road' actress told The Sun newspaper: "I rely really heavily on the director/actor relationship.

"If you don't have a good relationship with an actor you rely on the director. If you don't have a good relationship with a director, you rely on your actor.

"I try not to fixate on it because if one little thing is wrong I am like, 'Leeeeeave the set!' But that will ruin everything."

The 'Twilight' star has reportedly reconciled with Robert since news of her "momentary indiscretion" with the married 41-year-old director broke, and is keen to make up for her mistakes.

Kristen also said in a recent interview that she was excited about the prospect of shooting the sex scenes in the adaptation of Jack Kerouac's novel 'On The Road' and wasn't worried about appearing nude.

"I love pushing, I love scaring myself. I really wanted to do the sex scenes. As long as you're being really honest there's nothing ever to be ashamed of," she said.

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