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    Twitter Puzzled About "Russian Spy" Jennifer Lawrence Getting on Micro-Loan Hook

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    Where one movie fan saw a true-to-life prop from a Hollywood blockbuster, a Twitter user detected an opportunity to make fun, claiming someone had used the ID of a Russian spy, recently played by Lawrence, for an illegal scheme.

    A shot from the recent spy action “Red Sparrow” with a passport of the Russian spy, played by Hollywood’s “A list” actress Jennifer Lawrence, has been praised for its believability in an unconventional way.

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    According to the user with the nickname “English Russia,” one can easily use it for some illegal schemes.

    The idea, which got thousands of likes and comments, amused Twitter users. Some of them fell for the post, others insisted on providing more evidence other than print-screens of the passport.

    ​​There were those who tried to expose the deception, claiming one document was insufficient…

    ​…or pointing to the suspicious details.

    However, most of them just had fun, praising the idea, with words and Gifs.


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