Film should be looked at straight on; it is not the art of scholars but of illiterates.
Critics should be looked at simply as commentators.
I was really beating myself up about performances and how I looked and this and that.
With horns and a full rhythm section, the drums always looked like the best seat in the house.
I was 11 when I first said I wanted to become an actress, and everyone looked at me as if I had said I wanted to go to the moon.
A girl told me my lips looked like somebody had pressed strawberry yogurt against my face.
Just personally, I've been attached to 'On the Road' since 2007 and it was the greatest thing in my life when I got cast in it. I couldn't believe it. When I was 17 and read the book, I looked it up on IMDb and it said that Francis Ford Coppola was going to direct it.
I was born in Swindon... a place that always looked west. I found that wherever I go I love to have a room with a view of the western sky. My late brother and I, when we were small, had a room at the back of the house that overlooked the sunset; and both for he and I it was kind of magical.
I played a Spaniard. I looked about as Spanish as any other fair-skinned German.
The sphinx will always have to be looked after.
I never felt happy with the idea that part of what I do is to be an object to be looked at. I thought of my public persona as an entity separate to myself.
There was a bit of a comparison that Bret was making between Vince McMahon and my dad. He looked up to Vince as a dad and stuff, and it was a shame to see the whole thing end the way it did.
I think most people that are looked upon as doing something daring don't necessarily think of it that way-they do what they have to do.
In the past 10 years, I've looked at life as this Pollock stuff. And now I'm almost in the post Pollock phase.
I wanted very much to be Miles Davis when I was a boy, but without the practice. It just looked like an endless road.
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