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Rachel Weisz portrays the role of ''Abigail Salmon'' in the film ''The Lovely Bones'' ''Παραδεισένια οστά'' a 2009 supernatural drama film.

Rachel Weisz portrays the role of ''Abigail Salmon'' in the film ''The Lovely Bones'' ''Παραδεισένια οστά'' a 2009 supernatural drama film.

Rachel Weisz in The Bourne Legacy

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Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross and Rachel Weisz as Dr. Marta Shearing in The Bourne Legacy

Aaron and Marta's romance in The Bourne Legacy. Proof that good romances don't need more physical contact than holding hands.

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embracing imperfections // Kintsukuroi (“golden mend”) is the Japanese art of mending broken pottery using lacquer resin laced with gold or silver. As a philosophy, it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. // embrace you and every perfect-imperfection. @auratea : : : #acusanctuary #reflections #wordstoliveby #spirituality #learning #knowthyself #consciousness #confidence #motherhood #naturalhealthtips #naturalskincare #perspect...

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