The difference between sentiment and being sentimental is the following: Sentiment is when a driver swerves out of the way to avoid hitting a rabbit on the road. Being sentimental is when the same driver, when swerving away from the rabbit, hits a pedestrian.
I'm not terribly sentimental.
I'm not a sentimental guy.
I love a lot of very sentimental music, but I shouldn't necessarily be the person who makes it.
Sentimentality - that's what we call the sentiment we don't share.
I have a sentimental feeling for my very first cover I was on - it was 'Bazaar' Magazine.
I like emotions, but I really don't like sentimentality, and I don't like when things break their spell.
Everything gets to me. I'm very sentimental.
I'm not a very sentimental person, so you're not going to find schmaltzy scenes in my movies.
Freedom is a human concept. We have these very romanticized, sentimentalized notions of freedom. And for species - monkeys and other creatures - freedom is a pretty risky, complex proposition that's not always for their benefit.
I don't have sentimental attachments to characters at all.
I always say that I don't want to be sentimental, that the photographs shouldn't be sentimental, and yet, I am conscious of my sentimentality.
Because even at the age of fifteen, I used to go see all the Broadway shows and feel that they were sentimental, that they were pandering to the audience and trying to manipulate the audience. I had no use for practically any of the shows that were hits.
Sentimentalism is the working off on yourself of feelings you haven't really got.
I suppose it's a sentimental thing, but I wouldn't want to do more 'Lewis' than we did 'Morse' because I do still think of it as an offshoot.
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