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in response to reader comment: Danish/American - maybe I can try to answer one of your questions...

Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Mar 19, 2006 at 19:54

You wrote:
"yes, i saw the ghandi movie. hindus are very nice . who's in the house of fog and sand that you talk about? it's ben kingsley too, no?"


queen margharette I meant yes Ben Kingsley acted in Ghandi and House of Sand and Fog Ben Kingsley also acts as "The Rabbi" in his new movie - your point is??

God give me patience.
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