38/100 Zoey Deutch



You act young, because you are young. But you know things, Roza. Things people older than you don’t even know.”


I don’t like my Russian accent. Foreigners find it very beautiful, but I don’t. I tried to muffle his, but not quite. Otherwise you would have thought that my character is, or German, or French. But it was important for me that everybody could understand that my hero is Russian. Because, a Russian artist received a big romantic role in a Hollywood film for the first time. And I won’t hide it… I am flattered.


I get really nervous when people are like, ‘I saw you in a trailer! I saw you on TV!' Genuinely, my cheeks get red.


A few years ago in New York I went to a fast food restaurant and said: “I will have tea and a hamburger, please. Thank you.” The guy looked at me and asked: “Are you from England?” I said: “No, you’re mistaken.” He said: “Australian?” I said: “No.” Here I straightened my posture a bit, raised my head a little… The guy asked: “Where you came from?” I said: “I’m from Russia.” He replied: “Hmm, that’s strange, you have this British thing… Can I tell you something?” I said “Of course.” “Keep it simple… or you’ll look like an idiot.” (Laughs). Yeah, I was with a friend, and I was like: “Let’s get out of here.” (Laughs).




 It’s a great opportunity to tell a story to strangers, to reach them, affect their lives, lift their spirits - it’s a wonderful gift.


Danila Kozlovsky, Lubov Arkus and Dmitry Volkostrelov are at the opening of the “Children of Rayok” yesterday (x)








TC