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“But overall, cameo roles were strongly delivered, with Alexander Sergeyev a hawkish Espada, Ekaterina Kondaurova a superbly imperious street dancer, and petite Yana Selina a delectable flower-seller.”
“Intelligent, understated realist drama using Istanbul's Bosphorus Bridge to connect the lives of three ordinary men a cop, a cab driver and a flower-seller and explore wider tensions.”
“I had never heard of Virginia Cherrill before the winter evening in 2005 when I first watched City Lights and fell in love with her performance as the blind flower-seller who wins the heart of Charlie Chaplin.”
“Of course, Charlie was on the hunt for somebody to play the blind flower-seller in City Lights.”
“A flower-seller came calling with his donkey, and Aghazal and we Sisters went outside to meet him.”
“I approached a 24-year-old flower-seller called Mohammed Ashid, and as I inhaled the rich sweet scent of roses, he said: "I like him because he is a Muslim and I am a Muslim.”
“Quoth she, “When the flower-seller passeth I will buy thee a basketful of jessamine.””
“Kananbala could tell the time from the calls of the vendors, the flower-seller just after dawn, the fruit-sellers in the morning, the vegetable man in between.”
“A toothless flower-seller rushes up to a well-dressed shopper outside a Harare supermarket.”
“A flower-seller was emerging from the Shakespeare pub, one arm cradled around tight bunches of roses.”
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