30 Jan

Zahara, 12, whom Jolie describes as “the rock” of the family, comes downstairs.She is very into her blanket, and she gets very mad if you wash her blanket.Shortly after his mothers funeral, Carl discovers that the rest of his family (and former gang, the Grove Street Families) are experiencing difficulty with some rivals.Life in her household is apparently like this—messy, relaxed, normal.

Grand Theft Auto IV's protagonist, Niko Bellic, is an ex-soldier from Eastern Europe who moved to Liberty City to escape his past and pursue the "American Dream." Niko was persuaded to move by his cousin Roman, who claimed to be living there with beautiful women, sports cars and lots of money.He is an optimist, a fantasist, and a liar, and he brought Niko to Liberty City with false promises.The pair throw CJ from a moving police car and promise that they'll be in touch.But as soon as she starts speaking, you realize that your preconceived notions about Jolie aren’t quite right.She comes across, rather, as normal-person friendly and practical, even chitchatty.