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Unfortunately, my trip to Syria in January destroyed any of this optimism, as I saw first hand the colossal mess that the war has made of the lives of the 1.2 million Iraqis who fled their country.
I live in London and am lucky to have many friends from school, university and work who are from diverse backgrounds.
But Joe being a huge admirer of Romola's talent then offered her the role of Briony Tallis in Atpirkimas (2007) as he really wanted to work with her.
I've done pieces of work that people have hated that I've been incredibly proud of, and other pieces of work that I've done my best, but I, personally, haven't been very fulfilled by, that people have thought is the best thing since sliced bread.In January 2008, Romola visited the Syrian-Iraqi border to make a short film called 'No Man's Land' for UNHCR about the 800 Palestinian refugees living in Al Tanaf refugee camp, who have been displaced since the Iraq war.I just thought, why didn't they get someone like Kate Bosworth, if that's what they wanted? About 40 per cent of success as an actor is now based on whether you're good at being interviewed and how you conduct yourself. [on her dating habits] I date nothing but older men. Because if you're not running to catch a bus or running to buy me a bunch of flowers, I don't care.At sixteen, she left her parents and youngest sister, Roxy, to live in London with her older sister, Rosie, and attend school at City of London's School for Girls, where her major studies were based on theatre.After that role, she went on with her studies, eventually enrolling in University of London where she read English, planning to become a journalist like her mother once was.