More From Kristin Scott Thomas
- "Often, the roles I’m offered in England are melancholic women who are filled with regret for the past, regret for their fading beauty."
- "I’m very wary of trust, you see."
- "Most films seem to be about a man and a women falling in love at some point and once you pass forty-five, it’s almost disgusting to fall in love."
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- "I’ve been involved with violent movies, and then I’ve also said at a certain point, ‘I can’t take it anymore. Please cut it.’ You know, you’ve got to respect the filmmaker, and it’s a really tough issue."― Harvey Weinstein
- "Class is often invisible in America in the movies, and usually not the subject of the film."― Roger Ebert
- "Actors are steeped in a world of agents and where the next job is coming from and what are their expenses and what is the hotel like. You want to take them out of that world and dump them into another world, so that when you meet them on the screen they don’t seem like the guy who was in two others movies that year."― Danny Boyle