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Introduction (translation pending): 1:20 The interviewer asks the kids if they know who the 2cellos are. One says 'Yeah, they are those guys who play Smooth criminal.' Stjepan interrupts the kid: Yes, the two morons… The kid says 'my dad likes them too.' 1:54 Stjepan: Smooth criminal works great on cello. 1:57 Luka: It rocks hard, it has that great rhythm. The reporter then tells the story of how Stjepan broke his bow on the first take of their first performance on the Ellen Degeneres show. 2:16 Stjepan: I tried to play with just wood, but it didn't work. 2:19 Luka: He was playing for about 15 seconds with just wood. 2:22 Stjepan: Then I went for a spare one. I didn't have my own, but they had one at the show. The reporter changes the subject to Mia [Editor’s Note: Luka’s girlfriend at the time.] 3:01 Luka: That's my girlfriend. 3:36 Stjepan: Better ask me how much time we spend outside the studio. We're here almost all the time. But we know this is the time to follow through, no stopping. 4:25 Stjepan: We've chosen the worst possible category of playing. We have to make the sound of a whole band, a whole orchestra, on just two cellos. It's like mission impossible. 4:37 Luka: I really appreciate musicians who last for a long time, and who remained normal. And people who started a new direction. 4:52 Stjepan: I don't listen to enough classical music lately. 6:03 Luka: My whole family are musicians. Dad is a cellist, mom is a music theorist, my younger sister plays the violin, my brother does hip hop production. 6:23 Luka: I remember, on my first performance [as a child], my mom had to drag me to the stage, and I looked behind instead of looking at the audience. Eventually I adjusted and now I look at the crowd. 6:59 Stjepan: It's weird that I even started playing cello. In a place like Pula, it's not really common. People there usually learn piano or violin. 7:14 Stjepan: I insisted on the cello. I listened to it on the radio and I was enthusiastic. Even at a young age, I felt the beauty of the instrument. I even made a cardboard cello before I even went to cello lessons. 7:36 Stjepan: We were always advanced, we won prizes and went to seminars, so we knew about each other. 7:54 Stjepan: We got drunk, and played duets. We sounded bad, but the chemistry was there. 8:09 Luka: I studied in Vienna. 8:20 Luka: I got a Master’s degree [in London]. 8:29 Stjepan: I went to Trinity College of Music [in London], and got a Master’s degree in Manchester, and also in Boston. 9:25 Luka: All those years, we gave up a lot. Our parents did too, so I think they're really happy now. 9:31 Stjepan: Thanks to them we made it here. 9:44 Luka: In Wigmore Hall, in London, I did an entire concert, which is very prestigious for a musician. 10:20 Luka: We started talking about it in London, in October or November, and first we did a classical piece together, like amateurs, with just one camera, and we uploaded it to YouTube, but it didn't cause a “scandal.” 11:05 Stjepan: Oliver was always my biggest idol in Croatia, and my favorite singer, since I was little. My dream was always to play with him. 11:24 Stjepan: When I first met him, I was little, and I remember I was shivering. I got an autograph and my hand was shaking.