Ah, those two. In a fight, they’re lethal. Around each other, they melt.
“I don’t like the fact that there are so few Russians in Hollywood, but it is understandable because of the historic relationship between America and Russia — the Cold War history, for example. It is kind of a cliche, but it’s still with us. But at the same time I’m very pleased that American filmmakers are now beginning to change their perceptions and attitudes.”
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"Does my house arrest mean I can’t go to church?” "I beg your pardon?” "You said that whenever I’m not in class or practice, I have to stay in the dorm. But what aboutchurch on Sundays? I don’t think it’s really fair to keep me away from my religious…um, needs." Ordeprive me of another chance— no matter how short and boring—to hang out with Lissa.She pushed her glasses up the bridge of her nose. "I wasn’t aware you had any religious needs.” "I found Jesus while I was gone.” "Isn’t your mother an atheist?" she asked skeptically. "And my dad’s probably Muslim. But I’ve moved on to my own path. You shouldn’t keep me from it.”
It’s not twisted. I’m your dhampir, you’re my Moroi, done. Some days we’re cookie teenagers and other days I’m risking my neck to protect you from an ancient race of predatory vampires. Or whoever else, and that’s life. At least until they come up with a better word for it.
"I think right now in my life, I want to be working away from home and traveling, exploring and going to places I wouldn’t have otherwise, because that’s such a cool aspect of my job. And probably later in my life, when I want to settle down and have kids, I’ll be much more inclined to work near home."