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She's wearing a thin black T-shirt, off the shoulder, dark jeans, flat shoes. She doesn't look anything like the girl next door, then. It's either going to be a dancer, or an actress.' Just to be able to eat from that, that was my dream.
She indicates that I should do the same, so that our conversation, for quite a while, is punctuated by the sound and smell of sizzling steak.
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