„I was kind of a tomboy climbing trees so it never crossed my mind, no.“

—  Rachel Weisz, Note: Rachel said when asked if the role had been a childhood fantasy of hers. Source: hellomagazine.com http://www.hellomagazine.com/celebrities/2013030911512/rachel-weisz-us-interview/

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(Break the heart of me)
They hung my black young lover
To a cross roads tree.“

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The ivy climbs the laurel
To clasp the boughs above.“

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