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“Instead of a tense, angst-filled pitch session where it's difficult for all but the most confident authors to put their best foot forward, an interesting, relaxed, enjoyable conversation leaves a much more positive impression.”
“The Danish director of the Pusher trilogy describes his independent thriller as a salute to an unlikely collection of influences: Grimm's fairy tales; the music of 1970s electronic band Kraftwerk; the neon-lit films of the 1980s; and the angst-filled teenage dramas of John Hughes.”
“Cage's sweaty, uncomfortable turn in both roles is pure angst-filled genius, and pros Streep, Swinton and Cooper who nabbed an Oscar match his inspired playing throughout.”
“The Grey's Anatomy docs worked through post-traumatic stress while the Glee kids auditioned new members and sung their angst-filled teenaged hearts out.”
“Now if I could just stop being angst-filled while waiting to hear back on the apartment application ...”
“By Friday, five per cent of the state's student population 1,988 Latino students had vanished, making true the wish of many in this angst-filled rural bastion, while signifying the darkening of the shadows for many others.”
“So as much as you may want to, keep the unseemly begging, pleading, and angst-filled prose in your computer where it belongs.”
“Heres what one expert says: Boys arent big fans of novels filled with sensitive, angst-filled, touchy-feely characters and flowery descriptions of scenery; they want stuff to happen, and if there are explosions, hand-to-hand combat, and bloodcurdling screams, thats even better.”
“During those angst-filled years, emotions are raw and fresh, and life experiences are few, so every feeling is intense and unprecedented.”
“I'm a bitter, angst-filled, resentful, semi-psycho, 30-something pyromaniac with trust issues and a bad case of man cooties.”
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