More From Gael Garcia Bernal
- "You know, Motorcycle Diaries has no incredible stories, no sudden plot twists, it doesn’t play that way. It’s about recognizing that instance of change and embracing it."
- "Mexican food is far more varied than people think. It changes like dialects. I was brought up in Jalisco by the sea on a basic diet – tomatoes, chillis, peppers of every size and rice, which is a Mexican staple. The Pacific coast has a huge array of seafood."
- "Talking about food is like talking about your dreams. Everyone has something to say. We all have to eat, it’s just what we eat which differs. Some people eat for fuel and I feel bad for them."
More In Religion
- "The question of religion was a matter for each individual’s conscience, and in a great many cases was the outcome of birth or residence in a certain geographical area."― James Larkin
- "There is a vulgar incredulity, which in historical matters, as well as in those of religion, finds it easier to doubt than to examine."― Walter Scott
- "I think you can be cynical about religion on occasion, and certainly skeptical about the degree to which some people use religion to manipulate other people."― Peter Jennings