I think that people who are famous tend to be underdeveloped in their humanity skills.
(on her nude scene in Something's Gotta Give (2003)) At this point, does it really matter? Nobody is looking at me the way I once imagined people would look at me, like with deviant thoughts. I think they just go, "Huh. There it is. Intact."
I find the same thing sexy in a man now as I always have: humor. I love it when they are funny. It's to die for.
Of course I recognized myself in the roles (Woody Allen) wrote. I mean, in Annie Hall (1977) particularly. I was this sort of novice who had lots of feelings but didn't know how to express herself, and I see that in Annie. I think Woody used a kind of essential quality that he found in me at that time, and I'm glad he did because it worked really well in the movie.
I build a wall around myself. I'm hard to get to know. Any trait you have, it gets worse as you go along.
I think about dying every single day. I've lost lots of friends, and they die in the most bizarre ways. It's like, "Tthat can't possibly be! How could that have happened?" And all I can think is, "That could have been me."
I had a career and I came to motherhood late and am not married and have never had such a trusting relationship with a man - and trust is where the real power of love comes from.
When I was younger I had these enormous vanities about what I expected from myself. I'm glad to have a comfortable and fascinating life, but now I see it for what it is, so I can be braver and more spontaneous and say to myself, "Oh, screw it, just go out there and do it."
I'm limited, so, I kind of know where I fit as an actress. I kind of get it now, finally, after all of these years of trying to be a dramatic actress. I kind of think that'd I'd like to continue dealing with these things in a funny, lighter vein, but also truthful and honest.
I just have to keep going back to the core and think that we're all afraid of it and when we're afraid of it, you run to something much easier, something that looks like candy.
Being back again with Steve and Marty was great and Steve is especially good in this one.
(Regarding getting drug shots before each performance of the 1968 rock musical, "Hair") At the time it was astonishing to have a job. It was odd. Before the show opened we got a shot by a doctor Bishop. A vitamin shot, only it was not vitamins. It was like methamphetamines. You were flying. A lot of people got addicted.
What celebrities are useful for is bringing attention to the public and making them more aware. They can be unbelievably effective,
Len said, 'I'll give you a tour if you promise to join the L.A. Conservancy,'
Working with Jack (Nicholson) is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon.
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