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Did you ever meet Nico?
No, never.

And I'm sure you didn't meet Countess Báthory.
Well, who knows? She's immortal. She might be anywhere

You could be her, who knows?
Well, you could be her.

True. Here's an interesting pairing:Auntie Mame and Conan O'Brien.
Auntie Mame is a complete joke that Luca and I played on each other when I Am Love was first screened in Venice. Luca celebrated the success of the screening by announcing that he and I were going to do Auntie Mame, which is something that we have joked about late at night. I woke up to see it on the front of Screen International. Of course, it's a hoax. We have no rights. We have the desire. Who wouldn't have the desire to do Auntie Mame? But I wouldn't take it too seriously if I were you. And as for Conan O'Brien, I suppose I'm responsible for that one, because I've always said that I thought Conan O'Brien should stand in for me since people were joking about the fact that he and I looked alike when I had red hair. But again, I wouldn't hold your breath. Who's saying that I'm going to be playing Conan O'Brien? He is, I think.

Well, he seems less busy than you are at the moment.
I think he should play me.

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