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Cresix (talk) , 5 October 2010 (UTC) "She won high praise for her sensitive, naturalistic portrayal of an innocent, self-assured, sexually curious 18-year-old virgin who has a life-changing romance with an aimless 22-year-old man (Paul Schneider) in David Gordon Green’s acclaimed cult film All the Real Girls (2003)" I love All the Real Girls, but this seems just a little over-the-top to me. I tried to make it less like an advertisement, edited certain things like "critically acclaimed" for Almost Famous, since that's subjective and debatable.
Anyone up for revising it to tone down the praise while preserving the reference? I also took out the part about her appearing on the "talk show circuit" and listing the Letterman show.
Is it DAY-shun-nell, day-shun-NELL, or possibly even day-SHUN-nell? Ward3001 (talk) , 10 April 2008 (UTC) Well, both those options sound virtually identical when actually said out loud, but if it means that much to you perhaps you'd like to look just two sections down where it's already answered. Apparently not, and that's why you thought "Day-shun-nell" would be said by everyone exactly the same way you say it.Words that otherwise would sound alike can sound differently depending on how you emphasize the syllables. CON-duct as a noun (e.g., "The child's conduct in school was horrible") and con-DUCT as a verb (e.g., "He will conduct the orchestra") are spelled the same but emphasize different syllables and have different meanings.Almost any multisyllable word can be pronounced differently depending on which syllable is emphasized.Skittlesjc , 17 November 2006 (UTC) No it's not her, but I can definitely see a resemblance!The video is on youtube if anyone else wants to look:
I know that her family name is definitely of French origin but she is in the category for Irish Americans; is there any proof that her family (at least on her father's side) has Irish blood? Yes, I think her father is of French descent and her mother of Irish descent.