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HER HEART IS IN NEW YORK
[FINAL Edition]
Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: Dreher, Rod
Date: Jan 12, 1997
Start Page: 2.D
Section: ARTS & LEISURE
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Superprecocious and hypercaffeinated, Natasha Lyonne loves to speak her mind. The bouncy young actress, who makes her major film debut as Woody Allen's sharpie daughter in Everyone Says I Love You, has opinions on everything, and in the course of a short session with the press, discourses in a rat-a-tat style on Sylvia Plath, suicide, Internet love connections, 1984, Israel, grape juice commercials and Miami traffic court _ "which is full of crackheads."

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