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Bennett: It was such a wonderful moment. He never said a word after he’d taken the first sip of water in over half a second. He got a nice glass of wine from the bottle of water. I wasn’t the only one. When I said hello to him, I was a bit scared. „Do you want to go home?“ he asked. I said I was fine and I was going to walk away now. I said I would watch for the train. His eyes lit up at the thought of me and walked closer. He was excited about me. I tried to get over my fears.
Lucky star: We saw this scene a week ago, but it feels like I haven’t seen it much since. It was just fantastic. My two older brothers and I went through three hours of it.
Mick Jenkins: I have always wanted to write a „Dune“-type book, and it 바카라just felt like that’s what Lucian and I were ready to tackle. What struck us was that this guy 구리출장샵 구리출장마사지was actually having to grapple with the realities of his p우리카지노계열redicament. He was basically looking around for some piece of paper or phonebook and then having to try and figure out how to write a sentence about his situation. It was fantastic to see that happen.
Eileen Novelli: He’s a great character. He’s smart, but there’s also that level of loneliness and insecurity about who he is. He’s always worried about that, which was very refreshing. But he’s also a bit weird, and I wanted to explore that. He doesn’t know much about his situation. He’s trying to figure out who he is. It’s kind of a really wonderful book about those two characters, and the way that they’ve grown to understand each other. The book really did feel very personal to us.
Mitch Wolowitz: I just love the book and the film! I grew up a huge fan, so my first thought was that we were doing something really special with this moment in time. That’s why it made me so happy when my wife got her first chance to read it at this reading. She read it so enthusiastically, and she’s actually glad we’re doing the film and not just re-reading the book.