What have you got in your pocket?
Dear me! This is a tricky one. Because this interview is a product of your indecent neurons, I'm probably in my sensuous nightwear, so no pockets at all.
Do people scream your name and applaud everywhere you go?
Yes sir! I'm the greatest thing since buttered bread. My force is that I'm global: I charm illustrious emperors and common sewer inspectors alike. You know? There are 13 streets with my name in four different countries, not counting Serbia and Shangri-La, which I did not know they were countries.
Jessica, do you have something to say to your youngest fans?
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Have you ever participated in a séance?
Yep! But just one time. It was an extremely tormented experience. Suddenly, the spirit of Nicolaus Copernicus manifested and revealed that I'm the reincarnation of an Ernest Hemingway's homonym.
What's your earliest memory?
Only few people know that I have the power of total recall. Indeed, I have a clear memory of the moment I was born. You know, it was a day in March. An almost lyric spring day, fragrant of flowers and shiny buds. And amidst all the beauty, I was there, soaked from head to toe with blood and other bodily fluids, in a room full of yelling people, running around like wingless flies. The first, but not the best day of my life...
You make me feel lucky.
That's nothing, my whole life is like a bath in a sea of tears. And I savor every moment of it.
Do you Google yourself often?
Say every four hours. But lately Google often says "Including results for Jessica Chestain", who happens to be a former locksmith from Denver. That's quite depressing, but not as much heartbreaking as finding that for Yahoo my name sounds like a revolting vulgarity in Turkish.
When your are not on the set, which is your preferred diversion?
I think that collecting dummies rests my mind.
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