I love what Benicio does; he’s massive, so big. I was thinking of a tragic character and think Jimmy is close to a Thomas Hardy character; he’s out of a Hardy novel. He has no men in his life, only women — his sister, mother, daughter. When he falls down drunk, the nurses can’t pick him up, but this little man — Devereux, his doctor — picked him up.
I've gotten every award imaginable, but I've never thanked them ... Maybe I should. Thank you, Shakespeare. Thank you, Thomas Hardy. Thank you, Nikolai Gogol.
Richard acknowledges that he probably missed a deadline for getting his information submitted in time to get included in the (catalog) ... By the time they sent the emails ... (students) very well could have made decisions about what they were doing or would have had conflicts if they wanted to take the course. Consequently, he didn't get the enrollment needed.More quotes »
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