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Reading skills - COOL BREEZE


Klausimas #1


COOL BREEZE

     'I DON'T UNDERSTAND why anyone would want to be the same as everyone else', says actor Keanu Reeves. 'I always wanted to stand out in a crowd and get noticed'. With hit movies like Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and the current Dracula, the 27-year-old doesn't have to worry about getting lost in many crowds. But, as he explained to us on a recent afternoon in his Los Angeles hotel room, his urge to be noticed - to stand out - began long before he came to Hollywood.
     It started when he was a child, moving around constantly with his parents. 'We were sort of like gypsies', he says. He was born in Beirut, Lebanon, to an English mother and Chinese/Hawaiian father. His name means 'cool breeze over the mountains' in Hawaiian. His family moved from Lebanon to Australia, and then to New York City.
     When he was eight, his parents got divorced, and he moved to Toronto, Canada, with his mother. 'We traveled around all the time', he says. Sometimes it was hard to make friends when you're not sure you're going to be around the next year. So I sort of went out of my way* to find a niche*. Sometimes the kids thought I was weird*".
     Kids in his Toronto high school thought it was especially weird when he started taking acting lessons at the Homemade Theater.
     "You walked up these rickety* stairs and went into this room and the assignment would be, 'pretend to be a teacup'," he remembers. 'It was a wild class, but I liked acting'.
     Reeves had a taste of what he calls 'normal' life when he tried out for his school's hockey team. He not only made the team, he was voted its most valuable player. Still, he continued with acting, winning his first role in his high school's production of The Crucible - a deadly serious play.
     By the time he was 16, Reeves was certain that he wanted to be an actor. With his mother's blessing and support, he moved to Los Angeles after graduation. He won some small parts in forgettable movies, including Youngblood, in which he used his hockey skills. But it was the moody, low-budget film The River's Edge, that established him as a serious talent.
     Today, Reeves has his pick* of prime movie roles. But he's obviously uneasy about celebrity life. He lives in the hills overlooking Los Angeles, right under the famous Hollywood sign. But he says he'd rather be playing street hockey in Toronto. He dresses in jeans, sweaters, and sneakers, and often forgets to shave for important events.
     As we wrap up our interview, Reeves looks out his hotel room window at an amusement park. He points to the Big wheel, where a little boy is sitting in the seat at the top. 'That's me,' he says. 'My career is way up there.' He puts his finger on the window and makes a circle as the Big wheel goes around. 1 don't want to get stuck at the top up there,' he says. 'I'd rather be closer to the street.'

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Klausimas #2


COOL BREEZE

     'I DON'T UNDERSTAND why anyone would want to be the same as everyone else', says actor Keanu Reeves. 'I always wanted to stand out in a crowd and get noticed'. With hit movies like Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and the current Dracula, the 27-year-old doesn't have to worry about getting lost in many crowds. But, as he explained to us on a recent afternoon in his Los Angeles hotel room, his urge to be noticed - to stand out - began long before he came to Hollywood.
     It started when he was a child, moving around constantly with his parents. 'We were sort of like gypsies', he says. He was born in Beirut, Lebanon, to an English mother and Chinese/Hawaiian father. His name means 'cool breeze over the mountains' in Hawaiian. His family moved from Lebanon to Australia, and then to New York City.
     When he was eight, his parents got divorced, and he moved to Toronto, Canada, with his mother. 'We traveled around all the time', he says. Sometimes it was hard to make friends when you're not sure you're going to be around the next year. So I sort of went out of my way* to find a niche*. Sometimes the kids thought I was weird*".
     Kids in his Toronto high school thought it was especially weird when he started taking acting lessons at the Homemade Theater.
     "You walked up these rickety* stairs and went into this room and the assignment would be, 'pretend to be a teacup'," he remembers. 'It was a wild class, but I liked acting'.
     Reeves had a taste of what he calls 'normal' life when he tried out for his school's hockey team. He not only made the team, he was voted its most valuable player. Still, he continued with acting, winning his first role in his high school's production of The Crucible - a deadly serious play.
     By the time he was 16, Reeves was certain that he wanted to be an actor. With his mother's blessing and support, he moved to Los Angeles after graduation. He won some small parts in forgettable movies, including Youngblood, in which he used his hockey skills. But it was the moody, low-budget film The River's Edge, that established him as a serious talent.
     Today, Reeves has his pick* of prime movie roles. But he's obviously uneasy about celebrity life. He lives in the hills overlooking Los Angeles, right under the famous Hollywood sign. But he says he'd rather be playing street hockey in Toronto. He dresses in jeans, sweaters, and sneakers, and often forgets to shave for important events.
     As we wrap up our interview, Reeves looks out his hotel room window at an amusement park. He points to the Big wheel, where a little boy is sitting in the seat at the top. 'That's me,' he says. 'My career is way up there.' He puts his finger on the window and makes a circle as the Big wheel goes around. 1 don't want to get stuck at the top up there,' he says. 'I'd rather be closer to the street.' 


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