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Wabe came chate im fuck like girlls

And as I got older, things may change a little bit, but I wanted to depict Cocoa in this way, to have friends who were helping her.

KA: So, when we first met, the three of us, we went in, and it was just around lunch time, and the director came up to us and gave us , and said, “Go eat lunch together.” So, we all went out to eat, and we really started talking.

She also found out her father stole all the inheritance her mother left for Cocoa to go to college.

We see that Cocoa is normally very smart, but why did she put so much trust in such utterly untrustworthy people?

Regarding students and schools, I do believe that Japanese schools, and Japanese society, at large, often care a lot about appearances, and also rules, and that can be a good and bad thing at times; but I think those kind of things come into play, and it’s not necessarily logical.

Especially related to the way we value women within society, and the value systems we work within.

LMD: I love the relationship Cocoa has with her two girlfriends.

Oftentimes, movie characters who are on the outs of society, or impoverished, are depicted as loners with no friends.

This is something that is sort of difficult to put into words, it’s sort of an experiential thing; but I think family is a lot more complicated in that way.

KA: In terms of when I was acting Cocoa as a character, I was thinking about how perhaps this family has a past; a past that has brought them together in some way.

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MG: First of all, as the director, I just want to say that I think because Cocoa’s character really doesn’t have a place to go within her house, and at school, to me, it was very important to have her have a place of refuge, and that was in her friends.