Rosemary Reed answers fans’ questions

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Rosemary Reed answers fans’ questions

You asked for it and it’s finally here! We got in contact with Rosemary Reed and we’ve reported her some of the questions you made for her on our social media accounts.

Are you ready to discover what’s behind the heroine of “Remothered: Tormented Fathers”? Get inside Rosemary’s world with this exclusive interview!


Rosemary, what’s your backstory?

You wouldn’t like to hear about it… I would only bore or depress you.

What’s your earliest childhood memory?

My fear of mirrors.

If you could change one thing in your past, what would it be?

My entire life.

What’s your motivation to go into the house and investigate that girl’s disappearance? Are you a detective? Is that girl important to you?

I’m not a detective, and if I were I wouldn’t been able to connect the clues anyway. That girl could be the answer to the torments of a lifetime for a lot of people, including me.

Why are you risking it all just to uncover the truth? Do you really think this will change anything?

Because sometimes our past can be the shortest route for the truth, the truth behind all of us. Change? Past doesn’t change. The only thing that can change is the idea we have about it.

What’s your real intention coming to the mansion?

My ONLY real intention… to find her!

Have you ever study the paranormal or anything related to the supernatural?

I don’t believe in this claptrap.

What’s your favorite album?

“Mack the knife”, Ella Fitzgerald.

What is the movie that scares you the most?

“What ever happened to Baby Jane?”, my favorite movie of all time.

What’s your deepest fear, Rosemary?

To remain incomplete. To forget those who loved us and whom we loved.

Do you have any hobbies? What do you do in your free time?

The time for hobbies has been dead for years. I keep going interpreting roles that don’t suit me – too much fear, probably, to just be myself.

Coca-Cola or Pepsi?

They are the same to me, as long as it is with a splash of something. However, I’d always choose a good glass of red wine.

Do you happen to have any experience with stealth operations?

I’m not a spy!

Which female character did inspire you?

Years ago I knew a very kind lady, she was classy and had a sweet-sounding name and a so comforting voice… I was nothing more than a little girl. I swore to myself I would have become like that lady, one day… but things don’t always go the way you want to. The clothes I wear are just frills, mere goods you can find in a small shop that always sells stuff with a 70% discount. Then, I realized that dressing like her or acting like her was not enough… to be like her.

Why do you look like Jodie Foster?

What an insinuation! If anything, it’s her who looks like me…

What’s your real name?

No comment.

7 Comments

  1. Gianluca Leon Barbato says:

    Can you tell us something about your origins?

  2. Durval says:

    Good answers, Rose!👏👏👏

  3. Raudo Columna says:

    Beautiful. Can’t wait to see her.

  4. Victor Elmo says:

    Ok, now I got more questions LOL
    I am really interested in knowing your store Rose.

  5. Ryley says:

    Q: “What’s your real name?”

    Rosemary: “No comment…”

    o.O

  6. Oliver Mojica says:

    Creepy and motivational.

  7. Annis says:

    Thanks for the terrific manual

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