You appear to be always so sprightly and cheerful. Do you also have a dark side?
I do. I really believe that everyone has two sides. At times, when I meet a colleague actress, my sight blurs and irritation darkens my heart. And all of a sudden, I sense an impulse to delete her mocking smug look. That is my sunny side... I let you imagine how dark my dark side is.
What have you got in your pocket?
I got a pile of banknotes in my pockets. You may watch them in awe, you may ever smell them, but they are mine, all mine. My preciouss roll of notes...
Do people scream your name and ask for autographs everywhere you go?
Jawohl! I dig people's mind. I really make no distinction as to race, sex, or religion: I'm known to be popular among renowned Harward professors and disconsolate housewives alike. You know? There are 16 parks with my name in two different countries, not counting Atlantis and Lithuania.
Where do you go when you die?
Inside a wooden overcoat, usually, but if you are burned then your ashes can rest in some dull place.
Do you like to cook?
Heck no! But I like to invent salads. My cornerstone is a mix of sausages and bean sprouts, which I believe can be OK for both vegetarians and normal people.
Intriguing! Could you share the recipe?
Sure! You take the sausages and the bean sprouts and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some sesame buns.
Do not mind, my recipe comes from one for sandwiches. So you make the sandwiches, then you discard the bread and mix sausages and bean sprouts with some butter and voilà, you are done!
Rebecca, are you superstitious?
Surely! I use to grate the sole of my shoes before a critical occasion. Clearly not this one.
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