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Interview: Softly Pouting Whilst Walking Into Breezes

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They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, the same applies to a broken heart. Just as much nursing, a lot of tears and a diet that consists largely of food that doesn’t require chewing (see: ice cream). But, the difference between a baby and a guy that’s just been dumped by what was probably the love of his life, is that it’ll take even longer than eighteen years until he’s ready to move on. So, like, stop complaining that Ben only ever talks about Toby, OK? It was a love and a heartbreak that only Taylor Swift could understand; so don’t even try to comprehend it. Nabila had a chat to the Director, Jessica McLaughlin Cafferty, about the production.

Interviewer: Nabila Petrucci 

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