It is not good to cross the bridge before you get to it.
I was in Yorkshire. We were a family of five and I used to be sent sometimes to get the rations for the week and I was easily able to carry them back. It was like one egg and a tiny bit of tea.
Anything that we can do to improve the lives of elderly people is welcome so far as I am concerned.
I've figured out what to do so far, but it's always the next thing you come to where the man with the bucket of ice cold water is waiting - whoosh! in your face. That's why you work with directors who know what to tell you to do.
I wanted to be a set designer when I was young.
I don't think that care homes are all rotten old places that ought to be shut down.
I think you should take your job seriously, but not yourself - that is the best combination.
Seriously, though, I think I never ceased to be grateful of the fact that I am able to do a job that I really love - I never got over that.
Work certainly does help fill a void.
I don't think anybody can be told how to act. I think you can give advice. But you have to find your own way through it.
My husband was actually very keen that I would become a Bond girl.
There are very few things that surprise me.
Michael died five years ago this January, and the first thing that really struck me about the script was the part about her peeling off from the funeral and just getting into a rowboat and having a real kind of cry where nobody was.
Frankly, I never had any intense desire to go to India. I know that sounds a bit strange, but it just never was someplace I had a burning desire to visit.
Because, you know, I can't work a bicycle pump.
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