Joan Bennett Kennedy quotes

  • Making a movie is, for me, like painting. I just enjoy the care that goes into every brushstroke and the choice of every color. I enjoy the intensity of it.

  • We have to always hope in humanity that people will make the right choices.

  • You must believe before everything else that the revolution must come, that there is no other choice,

  • I believe that decisions about the timing and manner of death belong to the individual as a human right. I believe it is wrong to withhold medical methods of terminating life painlessly and swiftly when an individual has a rational and clear-minded sustained wish to end his or her life.

  • It seems like people my age are over-protected today, even to the point where a lot of parents refuse to put their kids in the position to make important decisions, to aspire to great things, because they don't want to put them in a position to fail.

  • In this age, in this country, public sentiment is everything. With it, nothing can fail; against it, nothing can succeed. Whoever molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes, or pronounces judicial decisions.

  • Money coming in says I've made the right marketing decisions

  • You have to make sure that your assets and your back is protected before you make any big decisions.

  • The search is more important than the destination

  • Life is more important than 'what film I do next.

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