You never really saw the racism in Europe in the past because it was so homogeneous. When everyone is blonde and blue-eyed, you don't see racism. But as soon as there was the beginnings of immigration, it just came out very dramatically.
You never really meet a human being until you live with them or know them for awhile, so this is my clown and they understand that and so these interviews don't bother them.
You never really learn much from hearing yourself talk.
You never really learn much from hearing yourself speak.
You never really know. Lately Kevin has been bothering himself with the idea that nothing is certain, nothing can be proven. Not one thing, not in all the world. The sun will rise tomorrow. Prove it. The sun rose this morning. Prove it. The sun is in the sky. Prove it. There's a sun at all. Prove it. The world is like a box of Kleenex, every doubt pulling another along behind it. You can always find a new reason to distrust the facts.
You never really know why you become an actor: it's a visceral thing, an emotional thing.
You never really know what the director has got in his mind as far as the scene visually and art direction wise.
You never really know what the director has got in his mind as far as the scene visually and art direction wise, etc. Even if you do, sometimes there's a side of things that don't necessarily gel the way people intend. So there a bit of a mystical entity, film.
You never really know until you put the movie in front of an audience. I am a big advocate of screenings, which are getting harder and harder to do nowadays.
You never really know how quick you are before you reach F1.
You never really know baseball until you put on a pair of cleats and get out and play it; and if you play for five years, you still don't really know what it's about.
You never really know as an actor; it's completely out of your control, in terms of editing, and music, and film stock, shot selection, and what takes they use.
You never really know about a quarterback until he plays in a real game.
You never really know a woman till you meet her in court.
You never really get to the point in any offense -- even when I was in New England for six years -- where things don't change.
You never really get a chance to sit down with the people you love, unless you really make an effort to do it. It doesn't just happen naturally anymore.
You never really forget who you are. If you did, you'd need to seek some professional help.
You never really choose anything. It's all presented to you, and then you have alternatives.
You never realize what a good memory you have until you try to forget something.