A Hollywood actress taught a leading show in the US Russian mat. VIDEO
American actress Elizabeth Olsen, best known for her role as Wanda Maximoff ("Scarlet Witch") in the MCU, on the air of the American Evening Show "Conan”Told the host Conan O'Brien about Russian swearing and even said some strong expressions.
Olsen studied for one semester at the Moscow Art Theater, which is why she spent six months in Russia in 2009.
She said that Russians are confident in the “healing properties of vodka”. According to her, the Russian woman, who helped American students in Russia, made Olsen drink vodka when the actress had stomach problems, but, according to her, because of the alcohol she had drunk, she didn’t remember whether such “treatment” worked or not.
During the interview, the presenter also asked the actress if she could at least say something in Russian. She replied: "A little bit", and then switched to talking about Russian mat, noting that when you learn the language, you learn swear words.
The actress called a few Russian curses, noting that analogs in English for these words are very difficult to pick up. Some strong expressions and their explanations from the mouth of Olsen caused bewilderment in the lead.
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