I still think I’m going to be fired in the first week of every new job I take. Always. In fact, before I even start a movie I’ll try to get myself fired or think of a reason I should quit. I guess it’s fear of failure.
Alicia Vikander photographed by Paolo Roversi, for ACNE PAPER.
I just want another try.
I just want another night.
Watch!: And when you started out, there were almost no Asian-Americans on TV. Now you’re Watson. The TV my Asian-American daughter grows up watching will be very different than what I grew up watching.
Lucy: It is significant, and I think we still have a long way to go. It is good that you’ll have to explain to her that when Daddy was a teenager, there wasn’t anybody like her on television. People say I’m a pioneer, but I don’t recognize it because I’m still living it. Maybe on my last breath if they name a street after me in the city, I’ll say, “Wow, I made a difference.” Right now, it doesn’t feel like it. [x]
Lucy Liu in the October 2013 edition of Watch! Magazine
That moment when Lucy Liu shut down Hollywood patting itself on the back for racial progress before they even started reaching their hand back.
Matilda, Directed by Danny DeVito. (1996)
Interviewer: The more concrete and tangible your films are, the more metaphysical they seem to become. You take more and more close-ups, you’re ever nearer to the characters and objects: you seem to be searching for something beyond the concrete or the physical. What is it you’re trying to capture?
Krzysztof Kieślowski: Perhaps the soul. In any case, a truth which I myself haven’t found. Maybe time that flees and can never be caught.