Nana Gouvea – Monologue Acting Scene – Leah

Nana Gouvea - Monologue Acting Scene - Leah
Nana Gouvea – Monologue Acting Scene – Leah

Nana Gouvêa

Nana Gouvea – Acting scene – “Like Dreaming Backwards” by Kellie Powell – Caracter: Leah – She talks about her daughter’s history with depression and her eventual suicide to an police investigator that considers her a suspect.
Like Dreaming, Backwards
by Kellie Powell
Leah: She had chronic depression, ever since she was twelve. Her father had depression, too. And her sister. And I was on antidepressants for a while, when I was her age. She was very high-functioning. She went years without any real incidents.
She had control of it when she was in high school. And then, all of a sudden, things just… fell apart. She… spiraled.
I asked her to move back home, but she said no, over and over again. She was hospitalized last summer. But I really thought that she’d get past it. I thought, “It’s just a matter of time before she finds the right medicine, or the right therapist… and things will go back to normal.”
That day, we’d made plans to have breakfast. I called her, but she didn’t answer her phone. I thought she’d turned it off and slept late, so I went to her apartment and knocked on her door. It wasn’t locked. I went in, and… I found her lying on the floor in the kitchen…
Why didn’t she come to me? I would have done anything for her. Anything. Didn’t she know that?

Nana Gouvêa

7 comments

  1. alemao realista

    Deixa nana ser gostosa gente! Bonita, sexy, belos peitos, bela vagina, acha que ela vai dar pra um brasileiro idiota? Ela sabe usar o que tem. Viver no brasil? Só trouxa que nem a gente, condenados a ser escravos na colonia pra sempre …

  2. Gisa Radigan

    Seu ingles ta péssimo, o sotaque ta muito carregado. Trabalhe mais nos erres e na pronunciation, tipo “ Is just a mater of time” nao da nem pra entender com o teu sotaque . Não precisa de aula de interpretação precisa de aula de inglês mesmo.

  3. Andre Nascimento

    Parabéns, achei bem interessante. O importante não é ter o melhor sotaque, mas sim ser entendido e ter um bom vocabulário. Moro nos Emirados Árabes e os homens mais influentes do oriente médio têm muito mais sotaque que vc. Sucesso na sua carreira e sempre saiba que o mais importante é se sentir feliz consigo mesma, o que os outros falam não importa. Te desejo tudo de bom! 

  4. Wendel Vieira

    Fico feliz por ela não ter depressão por tantas criticas que recebe…tem um bom preparo psicológico, parabéns.

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