I don't wish her any ill will. I think it's very hard for everyone to participate in the illusion she presents as her truth
On Angelina Jolie: 'She's like a wild stallion, she's like a non-earthly creature to me.
I find this proposed amendment very, very, very, very shocking. And immoral. And, you know, if civil disobedience is the way to go about change, then I think a lot of people will be going to San Francisco.
I think the actions of the president are, in my opinion, the most vile and hateful words ever spoken by a sitting president. I am stunned and I'm horrified.
You know, this President invaded a sovereign nation in defiance of the UN. He is basically a war criminal. Honestly. He should be tried at The Hague.
The equality that we are all entitled to, as citizens of this democracy, can't be avoided by some religious dogma of a President who's is supposed to believe in the notion of separation of church and state. And he frankly doesn't.
All I know is that when I was a kid the Vietnam war was on and Jane Fonda was the own person standing up and saying what every kid who was nine-years-old like I was knew, war is wrong and we shouldn't go over and kill other people in a country that has nothing to do with us or our democracy.
I'd love to be a dead body in the emergency room and have George Clooney go, 'This one's gone!' while he puts a sheet on me.
I see myself as Rhoda, not Mary Tyler Moore.
Fiddler on the Roof.
Riding the Bus With My Sister.
I'd always admired writers. I'd always loved words on a page. Somehow, words seemed to bypass image and get straight to the heart of things. Somehow, words seemed big enough to contain pain, and sentences could pull broken bits together.
Sometimes, when people speak, I cease listening to their words and zoom in instead on the cadence, and it can seem lovely, and at other times absurd, all this verbiage, these seemingly random consonants clattering on the string that is sound.
I know the best moments can never be captured on film, even as I spend nearly half my life trying to do just that.
I think that once you open the door and allow people in on a certain aspect, it's very hard to then control how far that ripple effect is. So I think that the person who is known or famous has the ability to decide what they do or don't want to share.