I am ALWAYS talking about Fraser, Samwise.
Lament for Samwise.
Like I've been trying to tell all of you for the past two years.
Thank you, Duffer Brothers.
If you don't know the significance of August 29 by now, then I have failed you. Forgive me.
Bonus Factoid: Lynch did not actually like the song "Blue Velvet." It's not unreasonable to assume that the film was inspired by his obsession with "Song of the Siren" and our beloved Sibyl herself.
History has unambiguously borne out Lynch has been chasing that sweet, sweet Strawberry dragon ever since.
THE FRASE MAKER
Eva Green's screen debut is as Isabelle ("Elizabeth," or if you prefer, "I, Sibyl") in a film based on the film that ultimately gave The Cocteau Twins their name. Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, who used The Cocteau Twins' masterpiece "Alice" in Stealing Beauty, which starred Liv Tyler of Lord of the Rings fame.
Green also appeared in Kingdom of Heaven or Las Vegas, starring O'Legolas Bloom.
Green plays Sibylla ("the Sibyl"). No, seriously.
Speaking of Sibyls...
Green opposite Daniel Bond in The Golden Compass, plays "Serafina" ("Fiery Angel"), companion to Lyra.
Green drowns in Casino Royale ("Vegas Regulus"). Play a bunch of Celtic witch roles in other things.
She stars opposite Lame Bond (Timothy Dalton) in Penny Dreadful.
How many more times will you make me do this dance for you?
If they don't believe me now, will they ever believe me?
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