„(To audience members who were arriving late) You haven't missed a thing, I was just killing time 'til you got here.“

An Audience With Billy - 1985

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Billy Connolly
skót színész 1942

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„Spanish for, One day I got tired and I called him and told him my son come here, do not believe that being a star consists of being late for calls, being a star means arriving on time for his call, doing his duty, giving everything what you have to praise the public and come out triumphant as far as you can, that is to be a star but not to be late for the calls“

—  Sara García Mexican actress 1895 - 1980

Un día me canse y lo llame y le dije óigame hijito venga para acá, no se crea usted que ser estrella consiste en llegar tarde a los llamados, el ser estrella consiste en llegar a tiempo a su llamado, cumplir con su deber, dar todo lo que se tiene para alagar al publico y salir triunfante hasta donde se pueda, eso es ser estrella pero no llegar tarde a los llamados.
Sara responding after being asked about some passages of Pedro Infante's life in his artistic career that she remembered with more heart and couldn't forget. SARA GARCIA PARTE 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HyjqMuf5Vs

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„You take an objective approach at times to get you through things, and you take a subjective approach at other times, and that allows you to find an emotional experience for the audience.“

—  Christopher Nolan British–American film director, screenwriter, and producer 1970

Chris Nolan Q&A About 'Inception' http://deadline.com/2011/01/oscar-christopher-nolan-qa-inceptions-writer-director-is-a-hollwood-original-94704
Kontextus: What I try to do is write from the inside out. I really try to jump into the world of the film and the characters, try to imagine myself in that world rather than imagining it as a film I’m watching onscreen. Sometimes, that means I’m discovering things the way the audience will, with character and story. Other times, you’re plotting it out with diagrams and taking a very objective view. Writing, for me, is a combination of both. You take an objective approach at times to get you through things, and you take a subjective approach at other times, and that allows you to find an emotional experience for the audience.

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