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Date Posted: 14:07:57 01/03/06 Tue
Author: julie
Subject: Re: how do you know when to make a move?
In reply to: Stef 's message, "Re: how do you know when to make a move?" on 13:25:24 01/01/06 Sun

>hey Julie,
>be very welcome here to our forum and thanks a lot for
>replying to a lot of topics, it's great to see some
>elaborated entries like yours here! :)
>hm, well i guess your question here is a bit different
>to your subject "how do you know when to make a
>If you ask me, it's the best to be honest and tell
>your friend about your feelings. If she's your closest
>friend i guess she will at least understand you and
>it's more then fair to let her know how you really
>feel, don't you think so too?
>about "how do you know when to make a move?", i think
>it's not like L&D is the result of a certain situation
>that happened in real life, it's the result of writing
>6 years on a storyboard based on a novel to create a
>movie. Plus, L&D was influenced by the director Leá
>Pool and the actresses as well you know...
>If you really would like to create a movie, you would
>need incredible much money, actors, film companies,
>directors... it's not that easy ;)
>anyways feel free to tell more about what you would
>like the movie to be like. :)
>take care,

hey stef,

thanks for the imput ill consider it. Its just so hard. decisions like these are a pain, but I guess thats life.
take care,


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