Abraham Lincoln Quotes
I don't know who my grandfather was; I am much more concerned to know what his grandson will be.
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When I started acting, it was like a double identity crisis - your basic crisis, compounded by people saying, 'there goes Robards' kid, Bacall's kid.' Now I realize, sure, that gets your foot in the door, but once it's there, it's your foot. I'm not bothered anymore. I'm confident of my abilities.
Only the mob and the elite can be attracted by the momentum of totalitarianism itself. The masses have to be won by propaganda.
Let not then any one deceive you, as indeed you are not deceived, inasmuch as you are wholly devoted to God.
Ignatius of Antioch
I don't know how people do this job collaboratively if they don't really get along. You're spending all day every day for months and years on end with somebody.
D. B. Weiss
That's the thing about making a movie: You never finish editing. They just take it away from you.
I'm no friend of Tony Blair's and I consider the Middle East policies of the United States and the UK fatal.
If more women ate, they would be a lot happier. Let me tell you, I am a lot grumpier when I don't eat.
I have no doubt that there are great people about though... the thing of it is, nothing to this day moves me like classical music (Debussy, Vaughn Williams).
The parallels between a stage and a book are compelling. You, like all authors, create 'characters' in a 'setting' who speak 'dialogue' encased in 'scenes.' Most importantly, you - like the playwright - have an 'audience.'
You're not going to bring back all the jobs from China.
One of the questions writers bump up against in their work, whether they know it or not, is about lying. Because fiction is a form of deceit, and one's abilities are measured by how convincingly one can persuade readers that these events really happened.
I am pretty self-indulgent.