I'm studying English but pronouns are difficult. I somtimes don't understand what they mean. In the video at
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, Eliza dushku says he but I don't understand who he is.

He has .... (at 1 minute 37 seconds)
It may, very well, he'd say. (at 2 minutes 46 seconds)
And he will remember you from that? (at 3 minutes 30 seconds)

Who is he?
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Hi,

He has .. (at 1 minute 37 seconds) I didn't hear anything like 'he has' at this point.
It may, very well, he'd say. (at 2 minutes 46 seconds) I didn't hear anything like 'He'd say' at this point.
And he will remember you from that? (at 3 minutes 30 seconds) Robert De Niro

Who is he?

Clive
At 1 minute 37 seconds, she reaches something on the desk and she seems to say "He has...."
Isnt it "He has...."? What does she say and who is he?

At 2 minutes 46 seconds, she says "It may, very well." After that what does she say? Isn't it "he'd say"? Who is he?
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I'm not hearing what you're hearing.

There are only two referents for "he" in the entire interview.

Robert De Niro is one of them, and the other is the possibly fictitious boyfriend that Eliza might be dating that De Niro refers to.

CJ
AnonymousAt 1 minute 37 seconds, she reaches something on the desk and she seems to say "He has.."
Isnt it "He has.."? What does she say and who is he?
No. She says, "See, I have ... mm." (She doesn't finish the sentence to tell us what's in the cup because Letterman interrupts her.)

CJ
AnonymousAt 2 minutes 46 seconds, she says "It may, very well." After that what does she say? Isn't it "he'd say"? Who is he?
Again, no "he".
"I got a cortisone shot ... today ... for my voice."

CJ
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AnonymousAnd he will remember you from that? (at 3 minutes 30 seconds)
No.

And did he remember you from that?

(De Niro)

CJ
Sorry, I mistook.

At 1 (not 2) minutes 46 seconds, she says "It may, very well." After that what does she say? Isn't it "he'd say"? Who is he?
It may very well be, Dave.

CJ
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