The only time a woman can really succeed in changing a man is when he is a baby
The only time a woman really succeeds in changing a man is when he's a baby.
I was so overprotected, I used to think I was as delicate as people said I was.
For the first time I feel an inner emotional security. There is reality and dependability. My life revolves around Richard and the baby.
I'm not very bright about money. I'm not domestic either. If I don't learn how to cook, maybe I won't have to.
My friends seem much more excited about my doing Anastasia than Brainstorm... and to tell you the truth, I feel the same way.
The times that I have done something that I didn't respond to emotionally right away, it's generally not worked out too well.
I never saw film stars at home. We had no maid, no cook, no swimming pool.
From ages 10 to 12 or so, I barely remember anything.
Almost every girl falls in love with the wrong man, I suppose it's part of growing up.
I was so young, and making movies, going to the studio every morning at dawn was magic.
I've been terrified of the water, and yet it seems I'm forced to go into in on every movie that I make.
Stardom is only a by-product of acting. I don't think being a movie star is a good enough reason for existing.
If I didn't believe in what I'm doing, I'd rather go to work in a dime store.
Sometimes when I visit my sister and her two children, I wonder if she missed a lot by getting married. Right now, nothing could be further from my mind than getting married.