Cuenta hoy La Nación en Mila Kunis, ¿la nueva Angelina?:
Ya son muchos los que ven a la actriz como heredera de Jolie; ella, mientras tanto, se emancipa de su papel en That 70´s Show y aspira a triunfar en cine;
Mila Kunis, según una amiga "la judía más linda del mundo", nació en Rusia y cuenta de su experiencia ahí.
Well I was in Russia. I wasn't allowed to be religious. My whole family was in the holocaust. My grandparents passed and not many survived. After the holocaust in Russia you were not allowed to be religious. So my parents raised me to know I was Jewish. You know who you are inside. You don't need to tell the whole world. You believe what you believe and that's what's important. And that's how I was raised. My family was like 'you are Jewish in your blood'. We can celebrate Yom Kippur and Hannukah but not by the book. We do it to our own extent. Because being in Russia...Bar Mitzvahs weren't held. When I was in school you would still see anti-Semitic signs. One of my friends who grew up in Russia, she was in second grade. And she came home one day crying. Her mother asked why she was crying and she said on the back of her seat there was a swastika. Now this is a country that obviously does not want you. So my parents raised me Jewish as much as they could and came to America. I love my religion. I think it's a beautiful religion but I took parts of it that I want for myself. I don't need to go to temple. I will, but I don't need to.Si necesitan traducción, me dicen.
Actúa en su nueva película con Natalie Portman, quien no sólo es paisana sino también israelí y jerosolimitana.
Viene mucho mejor esta generación que Barbara Streisand, ¿no?