A conversation with Maggie Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal born November 16th, 1977 (Scorpio)
Maggie Gyllenhaal always employs a rigorous way to choose her next move (pixabay photo)

Modern society seems prone to criminality and ferocity. What would Maggie Gyllenhaal do?
I think we can get inspiration to face criminality from past movies, like "Judge Dredd" and "Equilibrium".

Have you ever had a supernatural experience?
Most of the times I choose super-natural indie products, because I do pay attention to my beauty and our planet. For example, this week I have a passion for shiitake mushrooms and kale chips, which I found very tasty on chicken nuggets.

Maggie, which is your favorite fruit?
It is called "Maggie's wonder". In the middle of one of my expeditions in Tibetan plateau, I uncovered an unremarkable plant unknown to botanists, now named Hexacyphatana amorpha, that blooms only every 9 years. It then gives fruits whose flavor reminds of kiwis and gasoline. You have to be filthy rich even to unlike it...

Do you do your own shopping?
I'm so occupied doing influential things for the humankind that I can't waste time on such bagatelles. I retain a bunch of specialists to compile my grocery list and e-mail it to a team of professional buyers around the world. For the clothes, I ever have a group of doubles, each sharing with me one body part measure.

What are your feelings about president Trump?
I'm a little troubled, since I heard that Trump wants to promote a study that demonstrates flu is a figment of gays.

In a letter appeared on International Theological Studies, dr. Roger Z. Powell observed that your movies are "a supernatural compendium of newfangled contextual anarcho-capitalism". Which is your reaction?
Yes, it is clear that in his interesting paper printed on Bulgarian Pragmatic Quarterly, prof. Jason Nelson completely invalidated that frivolous point of view.

What’s the best sound in the world?
Between you and me? It is the muted tingle of two diamonds caressing each other. However, my agent asked to write instead something more mainstream, for example "the infectious giggle of a happy kid " or "the first 'mom' of your baby".

An imaginary character you think to as similar to you in spirit?
As my agent keeps repeating, Pancho Villa, because of our deep clever eyes.

Here is a list of numbers I have already excluded from being Maggie Gyllenhaal's private telephone number :
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I patiently queued up forever for a chance to have a little rendezvous with Maggie Gyllenhaal. The resulting article was magnificent, like "Of Mice and Men" rewritten by Harry Potter. Hence, it was very deplorable, to put it mildly, that my dog (probably on purpose!) set my only copy on fire! After I regained mental sanity, I attempted to recall those breathtaking words. I want to be honest here: I'm not so certain this web page is a totally truthful chronicle of what transpired during our conversation, and thus I'm starting to ask myself if it ever was real...
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