I live in Spain. Oscars are something that are on TV Sunday night. Basically, very late at night. You don't watch, you just read the news after who won or who lost.
Many people out there don't have a choice in choosing their friends and the people they're being manipulated by. Thank God, I have that choice. I can use my judgment and choose.
I do respect people's faith, but I don't respect their manipulation of that faith in order to create fear and control.
I was emotionally and physically punched in the stomach. This is not a place where you go and deliver the lines and then you come back. It's kind of a life-changing experience. But it can't get better than this for any actor - this is like an opera.
We live in a world of denial, and we don't know what the truth is anymore.
The bad news is that only the bad people reach the news because they are noisier.
People have been born in refugee camps and they are getting tired of that.
I think we are living in selfish times. I'm the first one to say that I'm the most selfish. We live in the so-called 'first world,' and we may be first in a lot of things like technology, but we are behind in empathy.
When you know people are really at peace with who they are and what they do, they collaborate and want to help you to improve.
I don't know how to drive a car.
Sometimes I say to myself, what are you doing in this absurd job? Why don't you go to Africa and help people? But I cannot help people, because I am a hypochondriac.
Imagine the situation between Israel and Palestine. It's such a big mess. You can be on one side or the other. But what's clear is that there's an urgent need for a solution there and that's been dragging on for so long.
I've always said that playing rugby in Spain is like being a bullfighter in Japan.
Life is not perfect.
I don't believe in stereotypes. Most of the time, stereotypes are just that.
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