Felicity Jones who had played the role or portrayed Ruth Bader Ginsburg in “On the Basis of Sex,” has expressed her moments and time with the departed soul. Felicity claimed she used to sit and drink coffee with the veteran in her apartment and that’s the last memory she has of her(Ruth).
Jones said, “Ginsburg was a “big coffee drinker, which I think helped her to get through those long hours looking at cases. So, just simply sitting with her on her sofa in her apartment and then traveling with her in her car, We went out to dinner later that night. I think it was how vulnerable she was with me and the trust that she had that will stay with me. She had been very involved in the process of making the film and had seen every draft and so had intimate knowledge, obviously, of what we were doing and so was a great supporter.”
She also mentioned having a photo of her and claimed that it reminds her of Ruth’s intelligence and how she used to bring people together. “I have her picture in my study to remind me of the way she approached things, the intelligence in which she approached difficult situations, and that she found a way of bringing people together,” Jones added.
Jones reiterated that Ruth always tried to reduce conflicts and explain in the context of common meaning or sense. “She didn’t polarize people, and I think that’s what’s so important for people to remember now. She found a way through her articulacy of reducing conflict and making what she was saying just seem like common sense,” she added.