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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ cast introduce the newest faces of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ cast introduce the newest faces of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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New article from L.A. Times and photos taken during the Comic Con in San Diego. Enjoy!

Thor: Ragnarok” might be the third title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe about the god of thunder, but this colorful deviation is no mere knockoff of its predecessors. Gone are the golden turrets of Asgard, overthrown by the goddess of death (played by Cate Blanchett), whose ’80s metal band swagger debuted at Comic-Con, setting fans on fire. The serious Nordic costumes have been electrified with Jack Kirby-inspired cosmic blues and reds. And instead of leaning on choral anthems, the new score will usher in a synth symphony channeling the hypnotizing sounds of Jean-Michel Jarre. The driving force behind these electric, retro-tinged changes is director Taika Waititi, best known for writing and directing the cult comedies “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” and “What We Do in the Shadows.”

“Ragnarok,” which opens Nov. 3, finds Thor imprisoned on the planet Sakaar, where he must fight to survive in the Grandmaster’s gladiator games. It’s the stuff of life and death. But Waititi didn’t lose sight of the fact that it’s still entertainment. “If we were taking things a little too seriously, I would say, ‘Never forget that we’re making a cosmic adventure with a space Viking,’” said the director by phone. “That sort of captures it all. We’ve got the Incredible Hulk, and a giant woman with antlers. We’ve got aliens and spaceships. It’s almost like a bunch of kids were asked what they wanted to put into a movie, and then we just did that.”

And while it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of Waititi’s aesthetic changes (Thor cut his hair!), perhaps the most exciting addition to the Marvel universe is the new cast members, who feel like they were plucked from a late night, Internet fan casting session. All your faves are in this flick. Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Rachel House and the aforementioned Blanchett are all part of Waititi’s “space Viking” opus.

So we rounded up the newbies to find out who they’re playing and what it’s like being on team Marvel.

Jeff Goldblum (Grandmaster)

“I’m the Grandmaster,” Goldblum said. The actor, who sports a bold blue lip in the movie, described his time on set as a “golden memory” but was hesitant to reveal too much about his big character debut. “If you followed the comic books [then you know that] he’s one of the elders in the universe. His brother is the Collector, immortal, has fought and beaten death, has superpowers galore, and his games are a playful, playful sort.”

Cate Blanchett (Hela)

When asked why she wanted to play the big bad in “Thor: Ragnarok” Blanchett was direct: “A) It was Taika. B) It was the goddess of death. And C) There’s never been a female Marvel villain.”

Calling the shoot an “exercise in tone,” the actress revealed that her biggest struggle transforming into Hela was trying to feel powerful and credible as a villain — while wearing a motion-capture suit. “The headdress is such a huge part of when she comes into the height of her powers in the film,” Blanchett said. “I only wore that really in the photo shoots. I had to sort of imagine what it was like being a reindeer.”

Karl Urban (Skurge)

Every great baddie needs a good lackey; enter one tattoo-headed Skurge. The Asgardian warrior has been operating the Bifröst bridge in the absence of Heimdall (Idris Elba).

“Then Hela turns up, and Skurge quickly realizes that he either has to join her or die,” Urban said. “He’s not the sharpest tool in the shed, but he’s bright enough to make the right choice for him. He’s a survivalist.”

Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie)

An elite warrior of Asgard “who has sort of lost her way” is how Thompson describes her character. The actress and Waititi wanted to deviate from the comic book version of Valkyrie, and instead create a more timely character.

“There’s an unfair position that women are sometimes put in, in the context of superhero movies and action movies where at once they have to be very strong and fierce, but also sexy,” Thompson said. “Obviously, it’s still a superhero movie and so you’ve got to figure out when you need to stand with your hands on your hips and what makes sense. But we wanted to create a character that occupied her own iconography.”

“There’s one word I hate in all scripts in Hollywood at the moment in describing women, and that is the word “badass.” That word has just crept into every script that is pushed around this town now. It’s terrible, because it doesn’t mean anything. It’s a dumb male writer’s way of saying, ‘Ah, uh, she’s like, she, uh, she’s tough.’ Then straight after that it’s like, ‘She’s badass, but she’s got a beauty about her. And she’s sexy. Unconsciously sexy.’”

Rachel House (Topaz)

She’s Waititi’s “good luck charm.” House has been in nearly all of the director’s films. House’s character here is yet another great warrior who works for the Grandmaster as a sort of bodyguard.

“She’s a little bit strict with him at times,” said House. “But she’s also quite petulant, when he shows his affections toward other people: not happy, very protective and easily jealous.”

Taika Waititi (Korg)

Pulling double duty, Waititi plays the 8-foot-tall Kronan warrior made of purple rocks. Korg was originally supposed to have only a few scenes, but Waititi manages to flesh him out (via motion-capture suit) substantially.

“You’ve got to understand that Taika Waititi the actor is an incredible person to work with,” the director explained. “When Taika Waititi the director comes across someone like that, it just seems appropriate to give that actor a bit more time to show what they can do. I did that, and my theory was correct. I was, he was that good. As an actor, I highly valued Taika Waititi the director, who was very generous to me in giving me a few more takes than everyone else, and really let me show what I can do.”

via L.A. Times

‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Cate Blanchett Took Inspiration From Cosplayers for Hela’s Look

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In this new interview, Cate discusses the sources of inspiration for Hela’s look. Enjoy the reading!

‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Cate Blanchett Took Inspiration From Cosplayers for Hela’s Look

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Cate Blanchett as Hela in Thor: Ragnarok.
Cate Blanchett as Hela in Thor: Ragnarok. (Photo: Marvel)
She’s played Queen Elizabeth, Bob Dylan, and elven royalty. So perhaps one of the few acting challenges left for Cate Blanchett is tackling a comic-book villain. She’s about to prove her Marvel mettle this fall as Hela, the Asgardian goddess of death who’ll wreak havoc in the November Avenger sequel Thor: Ragnarok.

Hela, who has had multiple incarnations in the comics, usually wears an elaborate headdress, but Blanchett also gave a lot of thought to how she’d look without her gear — and took some inspiration from fans online.

“When I was starting to think about how she might look, I went back to the fanbase,” said Blanchett, who recently spoke to Yahoo. “All these girls were doing Hela makeup looks on YouTube. I thought about what their takes on her were. I spoke to Marvel about what she would look like when she would be unmasked, so she wasn’t a faceless, generic baddie. They were very open to everything.”

Blanchett was first drawn to the project by director Taika Waititi and “his unique, slightly askew take on the universe,” she said. In Ragnarok, our hero, Thor (Chris Hemsworth), will battle Hela when she’s inadvertently unleashed on Asgard after spending millennia locked away. The scale of destruction that she represents is enough to unite the god of thunder with his seriously estranged brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and his Avenger rival the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), who’s along for this intergalactic ride.

The Marvel universe “needed a bit of a shakeup,” the actress said. “I didn’t realize until I got on the set that this is the first Marvel film incarnation of a female villain. What decade are we in? It was shocking to me. The character they created is ballsy and front-footed.” Hela also happens to be the reason Blanchett, 47, has some new street cred with her four children. “I earned a few brownie points,” she bragged.

via Yahoo

Voice Enhancer – New promotional interview for Sì

Voice Enhancer – New promotional interview for Sì

Hello people! A new promotional interiew to promote The Present and Sì Rose Signature

Cate Blanchett can be forgiven for not knowing that Drew Barrymore wants to eat her.

The two-time Oscar winning actress is currently appearing on Broadway in an adaptation of Chekhov’s “The Present,” and her schedule is punishing. The actress has nine performances weekly, each clocking in at almost three hours, which doesn’t leave much time to catch E News, where Barrymore, promoting her new Netflix series about a suburban mom who becomes a cannibal, proclaimed Blanchett to be the person she’d most like to eat “because she’s like the most amazing woman ever.”

Blanchett laughs a deep throaty laugh when she hears the story, and immediately gives the love right back. “She’s an angel, a very talented angel.” But the actress — who today is conducting interviews with international beauty editors in her role as the face of Giorgio Armani’s Si fragrance before heading to the theater for her evening performance — has been avidly following the political news during her time in New York.

In January, for example, she joined the The Ghostlight Project’s protest march on Broadway, wearing a pink knit “pussy” hat, and while she couldn’t attend the Women’s March on Washington because of her performance schedule (“I was there in spirit,” she says), she hasn’t been reticent about speaking her mind.

“When Elizabeth Warren is told that she can not speak in the Senate, they are dark days,” says Blanchett. “I don’t know what century I’m in. I thought that the equal pay for equal work conversation was boring and reactionary enough, but this is deeply shocking. We have the choice now to evolve as a species and part of that is finally getting rid of the shocking inequalities that exist not only between the genders but the wealth divide.”

Blanchett’s relationship with Armani has been a longstanding one — she likes to tell the story of running out to buy an Armani suit after getting her first acting paycheck and is quick to note that she still owns it (“his clothes don’t date”) — due in part to his espousal of gender equality. “He was one of the first designers to really unlock the complexity of the female aesthetic. He liberated women from the need to wear traditionally feminine clothes or traditionally sexy clothes,” says Blanchett. “There is a kind of Eastern simplicity, and also an Eastern mélange of the opposites that exist in his designs — you’ve got the masculine with the feminine and the soft with the hard.

“He is interested in all of those dualities,” she continues, “and when he was creating Si he wanted all of those complexities and dualities to exist.” It is a message that has resonated. Industry sources estimate that Si, which is currently launching its second flanker called Rose Signature, has reached retail sales of $80 million in the U.S. since launching in 2014.

Sitting in the Presidential Suite on the 53rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Blanchett, wearing a navy Armani trouser suit, has a commanding view of New York City and Central Park. When asked if she’s enjoyed working in New York, she gives a brief hesitation. “It’s very confronting at the moment, for sure, but it’s a great city,” she says.

While she’s performed in New York before, “The Present” marks her Broadway debut. As for what’s next to tick off on the bucket list? Blanchett reels off a list of directors she’d like to work with, including Thomas Ostermeier, Julian Rosefeldt (who directed her in the one-woman multiscreen film installation, “Manifesto”) and Andrea Arnold. “And I’d also like to finally get some chickens in my chicken coop,” she adds. “So there is a lot to do.”

via WWD

Cate Blanchett: scans of old magazines and interview for Elle Brazil July 2016

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We recovered many old articles and interviews with Cate Blanchett from various countries. The latest among them is the interview for Elle Brazil July 2016 to promote Sì Le Parfum. Enjoy!



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Cate Blanchett stars in Red, a Del Kathryn Barton short film

Cate Blanchett stars in Red, a Del Kathryn Barton short film

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As part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival, the Art Gallery of South Australia will receive the new collaboration between two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton. The short film entitled Red will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. Enjoy some articles about the film and the first stills!

Better known for her dreamy, abstract portraits, Del Kathryn Barton is venturing into the world of film, with her first work – starring Cate Blanchett – to debut at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

The short film, titled Red, is a surrealist take on female power inspired by the mating rituals of the Australian red back spider.

“This brutal chronicle spoke to me of the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe,” Barton said in a statement.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, Red has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

It will be the first time Blanchett and Barton have collaborated and the first time Barton has attempted a film on her own accord; the artist’s two other experiences in film have been under the guidance of filmmaker Brendan Fletcher.

The film will be presented as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival in January, which runs from Thursday the 26th January to Sunday the 30th of April at the Art Gallery of South Australia..

Source: Vogue Australia


del kathryn barton Australia, born 1972 RED, 2016 high resolution digital video, 15 mins, patrons edition 2/3 (film still); Gift of the Art Gallery of South Australia Contemporary Collectors 2016, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Images courtesy of the artist

She is venomous, eats her partner after sex and weaves a tangled web.

With such a reputation, it is little wonder the Australian redback spider has inspired two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton – to create a short film that will premiere at the Art Gallery of South Australia as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
RED is billed as a surreal, savage tale of female power inspired by the mating rituals of the redback spider, which stars Blanchett, actor Alex Russell and the Sydney Dance Company’s Charmene Yap.

“In essence, the narrative in RED illuminates the unusual mating rituals of the Australian red-back spider,” Barton said. “Here, our brave little male after copulating with the monumental female gently somersaults into her mouth, offering himself as a meal postcoital. If she is not hungry she will store his bound, dying body on her web for later consumption.”

In a Q&A with the gallery, Barton said the mating habits evoked what she described as “the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe”.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, RED has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

The dual-screen work delve into themes of passion, sex and death, drawing on the symbolism of the female redback spider.

Barton’s portrait of Blanchett and her children, Mother (a portrait of Cate), was a finalist in the 2011 Archibald Prize.
Blanchett, a two-time Academy Award winner, can currently be seen in German artist Julian Rosefeldt art film Manifesto at the Art Gallery of NSW. The versatile actor will also make her Broadway in December in the Sydney Theatre Company production The Present, Andrew Upton’s adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Platonov, which also stars Richard Roxburgh.

Barton said she screamed out loud when Blanchett agreed to appear in the short film.

“On shoot day, she nailed the long cutting performance on the first take,” she said. “Her energy exploded off the monitor. We were all blown away. Cate is mother. At that point I knew that the stakes on RED had just gone to another level. I was actually shitting myself just a little bit.”

Barton embarked on the film after winning a $50,000 creative fellowship from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2015.

A two-time Archibald Prize winner, Barton’s art often examines fertility and the psychology of relationships. Her previous films include the human dress (2012) and last year’sThe Nightingale and the Rose.

The short film will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. AGSA director Nick Mitzevich said the short film would take Barton’s “career to a new level and to new audiences”.

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald


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Cate Blanchett: “Aprendí a amar el caos”

Cate Blanchett: “Aprendí a amar el caos”

New interview with Cate Blanchett for Revista OHLALÁ.


Nos encontramos con la actriz, en Londres, para hablar del rol femenino, su complejidad y cómo vivir con una mirada positiva.

Cuando nos propusieron viajar a Londres a entrevistar a Cate Blanchett, no lo dudamos un minuto: era una cita imperdible. Ella es un minón hollywoodense de 47 años. Tiene todo: fuerza, actitud, estilo y una mirada que te vende cualquiera de los papeles que interpreta. Ya sea como Galadriel en El señor de los anillos, la sufrida Blue Jasmine de Woody Allen, personificando a Katherine Hepburn en El aviador, a la reina Elizabeth o al mismísimo Bob Dylan en I’m Not There, cada uno de sus personajes la ubican en ese etéreo terreno de lo intocable, en el nivel grosa total.

Amamos a Cate y lo corroboramos al charlar con ella. La chica Armani es puro glamour, pero, a la vez, tiene los pies en la tierra. Después de dos minutos juntas, te hace sentir que podés hablar de lo que sea. Se ríe contando los malabares que hace para combinar trabajo y maternidad (¡con cuatro hijos!), se pone seria para analizar el lugar que se le da a la mujer en la industria y analiza, con muchísima humildad, qué herramientas la llevaron a convertirse en una de las grandes divas del Hollywood contemporáneo.

Desde que se lanzó la primera fragancia Sí, no te cansás de promocionar una forma de vida positiva, ¿podríamos decir que tenés el sí fácil?

Totalmente. Tiendo siempre a decir que sí, a dar una respuesta afirmativa. Probablemente diga demasiados “sí”, estoy seteada así, por default. Pienso que si empezás a decirles “no” a las cosas, terminás cerrándoles la puerta a oportunidades a las que ni siquiera les das la chance de existir, te negás a la curiosidad, sería difícil descubrir pasiones o sorprenderte. Prefiero arrancar diciendo “sí” y después cambiar de opinión.

Me imagino que a nivel laboral no podés aceptar todas las propuestas que te llegan, ¿te arrepentís de haber rechazado algún papel?

No, y eso que rechacé un montón. Porque estaba embarazada, por razones familiares o porque estaba haciendo otra cosa. Pero nunca terminé diciendo “mierda, no agarré ese trabajo”. Porque sé que es parte de la vida, todo pasa por algo y las decisiones que tomé me trajeron hasta acá. Quedarme pensando en lo que no hice sería caer en el famoso FOMO (fear of missing out en inglés, “miedo de estar perdiéndote algo”). Si pensara así, no haría nada, no tomaría ninguna decisión por miedo a perderme lo que no estoy eligiendo. Para mí, si sentís ganas de hacer algo, lo hacés y listo. No hay que pensar en lo que no hacés, solo me quedo con lo que sí hago.

¿Qué te pasa cuando ves que a nivel laboral se les cierran puertas o se les dan distintas posibilidades a las mujeres?

Es tonto. Nadie quiere tener una oficina monocromática, una sociedad monocromática. Está bueno que lleguen aportes desde distintos lugares. Creo que decirle que no a la voz femenina tiene que ver con no poder ver la actualidad. Para triunfar, es importante estar siempre a la vanguardia, y hoy hay cada vez más y más mujeres haciendo cosas grosas. En mi industria, pero también en todos lados. Está bueno que todo sea más complejo y dinámico. Pero creo que ya llegamos a un punto en el que las mujeres estamos dentro del sistema. Lo que se pide ahora es la igualdad de sueldos, de beneficios.

¿Esa búsqueda de igualdad es feminismo o solo sentido común?

Acá hay dos temas. Está el feminismo y está la igualdad ante la ley. El feminismo está colaborando para que se dé la igualdad ante la ley, pero la igualdad es la igualdad y es un tema aparte. Es sentido común. Si dos personas hacen lo mismo, deberían tener las mismas obligaciones y los mismos derechos, más allá del género. No tiene nada que ver.

Generalmente, personificás a mujeres poderosas, imponentes, elegantes, y esa es la imagen que nos dejás. ¿Vos te ves así?

Siempre que la gente dice que un personaje es fuerte, creo que significa que vibra la historia, que está por encima del título de la película, que es más activo que pasivo. Y creo que, en general, todos los personajes que interpreté fueron activos. No sé si necesariamente fuertes o dominantes, pero sí de ir a la acción. Y creo que yo también soy muy activa, muy del hacer. Todos tenemos debilidades, miedos, y eso es algo que también está bueno tener en cuenta cuando desarrollás un papel en cine. Aunque se vean fuertes o decididos, todos los personajes tienen su lado B. Aunque no se vea en la narrativa de la película, me importa saber qué les pasa en realidad, sus preocupaciones, sus dudas, sus debilidades, su complejidad. Creo que lo complejo siempre es más interesante que lo simple. Y por suerte me considero una mujer compleja, que no es lo mismo que complicada, eh.

¿Y cómo hacés para aceptarte compleja y encontrar tus fortalezas?

Qué dificil… Para mí, para encontrar tu fortaleza, primero tenés que encarar tus miedos. Es ridículo pensar que las mujeres que se ven fuertes son superpoderosas y no tienen ninguna debilidad o miedo. Siempre hay de las dos cosas. Es fundamental ser realista. No está bueno paralizarte, mirar a otras mujeres exitosas y pensar que eso no es para vos, que no vas a llegar ahí porque sos débil o porque no estás hecha para eso. Esas mujeres, para llegar ahí, fracasaron decenas de veces, tuvieron contratiempos y miedos, la complejidad de cada una, pero seguramente fue más fuerte la confianza en ellas mismas y en lo que buscaban conseguir. Está bueno tener referentes, inspirarse en otras mujeres a las que admirás. Todo te enriquece. Hablar con amigas de cómo es que resuelven sus cosas, leer historias femeninas de superación. Pero, aunque está bueno inspirarte con estas historias ajenas, es fundamental que cada una encuentre su propio camino.

No hay un solo camino para llegar al objetivo, no hay una sola manera de triunfar en Hollywood o en cualquier otro negocio. Cuando empecé a actuar, todos los periodistas me preguntaban cuál era mi modelo a seguir como si estuviera dado por hecho que hay que elegir uno. Hay muchísimas actrices a las que admiro, como Helen Mirren, Judy Davis, Meryl Streep, todas tienen carreras increíbles y me inspiran, obvio. Pero después vos tenés que hacer tu camino. Porque si tratás de imitar a otro, te estás perdiendo posibilidades o propuestas que podrían hacer tu carrera única y particular.

El camino es todo…

Creo que el mayor error que tenemos es que a veces estamos muy enfocadas en el resultado y nos olvidamos del proceso. Para mí, el proceso es el 90% para alcanzar el 100%. Obvio que hay algo de timing, algo de suerte, de cómo tomás tus responsabilidades en ese proceso. Pero si trabajás, no te das por vencida, insistís, no te bajonea el fracaso, termina saliendo, resulta, todo llega.

Siendo una súper estrella de Hollywood y con dos Oscar en tu mesa de luz, ¿cómo hacés para mantener los pies en la tierra?

Yo lavo la ropa en casa, llevo los chicos al colegio, no me ando sacando selfies y posteándolas con filtros que modelan la realidad.

¿Nada de Instagram?

No, no tengo. Igual, creo que es una herramienta buenísima para muchas otras cosas. Las redes son buenas para ver qué está pasando en otros lugares, conectar personas que pueden ayudarse entre ellas, armar comunidades que puedan potenciar una causa. Pero en particular, no me son muy útiles. Prefiero enfocarme en la vida real, en el trabajo, en mis obligaciones, en mis pasiones.

¿Y algún deporte o terapia alternativa?

Sí, empecé a entrenar para correr. Mi hijo tiene un maratón de 28 km de su escuela en septiembre. Y los padres organizamos un maratón paralelo para correr con ellos. Le prometí que lo iba a hacer, pero yo no puedo correr ni una cuadra así que estoy entrenando a full.

Tenés cuatro hijos chicos, ¿cuál es tu plan preferido con ellos?

La verdad, me gusta hacer cualquier cosa con ellos. Pero ahora justo estamos construyendo una casa del árbol. Algo para lo que ni mi marido ni yo somos buenos, así que espero que no colapse. Amo las casas del árbol.

¿Sos de hacer planes a futuro o sos más espontánea?

Con los chicos, es bastante difícil ser espontánea. No puedo pasar a buscarlos por el colegio tarde. Mi vida es un poco como una operación militar: horarios y cronogramas paralelos que no pueden superponerse. Cada tanto pasa eso de despertarnos y decir: “Bueno, ¿qué vamos a hacer hoy?”. A mi marido le gusta eso. Yo, en cambio, planeo todo la noche anterior y después me hago la espontánea, pero en realidad sé exactamente a dónde vamos a ir. Igual, me gustan esos días que son diferentes, que se salen de lo cotidiano. Es nocivo cuando estás ocupada tooodo el tiempo y cuando parás te sentís culpable porque sentís que deberías estar haciendo algo, logrando algo, completando algo. Está bueno parar. Amo esos días en los que no hay planes. Por eso amo la lluvia. Si se larga a llover y se cancela el programa, te quedás en tu casa disfrutando de hacer nada.

Está bueno eso de no tener todo tan calculado…

Aprendí a amar el caos, pero soy naturalmente ordenada y creo que uno de los regalos de tener hijos es esto de estar todo el tiempo lanzándote a lo desconocido, al desorden. Me encanta ese regalo que a la vez es un desafío.

 via Revista OHLALÁ

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