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This thread is dedicated to messages for Chloe Grace Moretz - the actor who portrayed Abby in the film Let Me In.
...the story derives a lot of its appeal from its sense of despair and a darkness in which the love of Eli and Oskar seems to shine with a strange and disturbing light.
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chloe did a great job in her role abby
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yes i agree, she has a great future ahead of her methinks
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"when life give you lemons, suck them!!!"
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You get the best roles. I have to say, though, Hitgirl was by far the funniest character I've seen in a while.
Well, the way I imagine it, Eli and Oskar are happy forever being vampires, working seasonally at a blood-bank with poor book-keeping skills.
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You did your job to perfection......I was both drawn to your smile and scared by what may be behind it.....BRAVO
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Chloë, what a spectacular performance you did for LMI. And at such a young age! It will be interesting to see what roles you take on. I hope you don't get typecast into only horror roles, given you're appearance now in Dark Shadows and upcoming in Carrie, unless (of course) that's your interest. Best wishes.
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Your portrayal of Abby was very good. Seems you have a great talent for playing the girl with a troubled life. Abby, Little Ann, Luli, all very believable, very human, very sympathetic. Your portrayal seems to suggest a great capacity for empathizing with the characters and by extension, those kids who suffer like the character. You get inside them, make them real and alive. My heart aches for Abby, her plight. As Eli tells Oskar in the book, "I am person," you make Abby communicate that without stating it. Excellent job.
"I'm not a girl" (except when I am)