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geronimmmo asked: keira knightley or jemima west

mararuins:

"Well it’s not exactly something you can prepare for by experience, and probably not something a history of art graduate from the Sorbonne would necessarily consider a career move but this was no ordinary production and I realised it was an opportunity I couldn’t miss."

mararuins:

"Well it’s not exactly something you can prepare for by experience, and probably not something a history of art graduate from the Sorbonne would necessarily consider a career move but this was no ordinary production and I realised it was an opportunity I couldn’t miss."

Hi, I’m Jemima West and I play Isabelle Lightwood in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

nate-buzolic:

I’m completely English, but I grew up in Paris and went to school here. My parents moved when I was five.

nate-buzolic:

I’m completely English, but I grew up in Paris and went to school here. My parents moved when I was five.

"As she shoved seraph blades into the tops of her boots, her mind was on Alec and the look they’d shared as he’d gone out the door. It wasn’t the first time she’d watched her brother leave, knowing she might never see him again. It was something she accepted, as a part of her life; it wasn’t until she’d gotten to know Clary and Simon that she’d realized that for most people, of course, it was never like that. They didn’t live with death as a constant companion, a cold breath down the back of their neck on even the most ordinary days."

mswestdaily:

“What I like is that all the characters are so diverse and complex, that there are no black and white characters.”

mswestdaily:

“What I like is that all the characters are so diverse and complex, that there are no black and white characters.”

Posted 1 month ago by mararuins.