„He understands not only with his brain but with his heart.“

On her husband Mel Brooks Associated Press interview (1997).
Contexte: He understands not only with his brain but with his heart. And that might be called love. Not quite sure, but maybe that's the key.

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Anne Bancroft
actrice américaine 1931 - 2005

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