I never will have peace of mind. I'm not constructed that way. Some things in life can be horrible.
Happiness is the absence of suffering. I think it's an interesting way of looking at it. I think the absence of suffering exists very rarely in the world we live in.
I did things like Shampoo and Heaven Can Wait. I don't know what those films were about. The women I played in them were not very empowered.
It takes me time to realize things; I'm a speedy person but a slow thinker.
I've never quite understood why people marry; marriage is just an invented structure.
I don't think I would have been a good mother. Being a parent brings immense responsibility. It's a Herculean task. It would be almost too much for me.
Men don't want any responsibility, and neither do I.
I was born with a need to be the center of attention, and, of course, you're the center of the world when you're acting.
Altman works in such an interesting way, letting things occur in the film even if he didn't particularly plan them.
I think I've got something when I'm onscreen, but that's nothing to do with acting or talent.
Early on, I found the attention completely embarrassing. I'd cringe if I saw my picture on the cover of a magazine.
I regret that I wasn't the kind of person who could enjoy celebrity. It embarrassed me too much.
My family said that I wanted to act even when I was a child living on a tea plantation in the jungle in India.
The status quo and the media is doing everything it can to fry children's brains and make them grow up maladjusted.
I'm not in the advertising business, but I think it would be very nice if people went to see the film Hamlet, because it was made with love and integrity.
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