Intento de critica de cine y creativa publicitaria. El cine, las series y mis mascotas son los amores de mi vida. Acida hasta la medula. Amante y defensora de los animales. Lostie hasta la muerte. Futura estudiante de periodismo.
Olive Penderghast: Forgive me, father, for I have sinned. I think that's how you're supposed to start these things.I'm only going on what I've seen in the movies. Where do I even start? I've been pretending to be a - how would one phrase it in Catholic words? A harlot. It's not like I've actually been doing the things that people are saying I'm doing, but - then again - I'm not denying them, so I've just been wondering: is that wrong? It was just that a lot of people had been asking me to do things and I thought it was okay, because it wasn't real. It was make-believe and no one was getting hurt. But a lot of people hate me now. [Tearing up] I kind of hate me, too. I could be wrong, but aren't you supposed to say something or ask mequestions. Tell me to say 'Hail Marys'? Hello?
Olive Penderghast: Ironically, we were studying "The Scarlet Letter", but isn't that always the way? The books you read in class always seems to have a strong connection with whatever angsty adolescent drama is being recounted. I consider this. Except for 'Huckleberry Finn', 'cause I don't know any teenage boys who have ever run away with a big, hulking black guy.