She has the same ginger cat as Holly Golightly in
Breakfast at Tiffany
This is the only common point of Lizzie with Audrey Hepburn.
No little black dress in her closet.
For elegance, we'll go back.
This bohemian wears shapeless rubber slippers, sweatshirts that are too big for her.
In her studio, she fashions statuettes that represent sad, grimacing women with twisted limbs.
Her show is getting dangerously close and she's running late.
A day off would be welcome: she asks her mother who works in an art school.
The father lives elsewhere.
He welcomes on his sofa parasites he barely knows and who empty his fridge.
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Lizzie has two problems: at home, the hot water has been turned off and one of her works has half burned in the oven.
He absolutely has to shower before the crucial event.
His owner, who is also his neighbor, makes figures from kapok.
Why doesn't she reply to messages for more...
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