Rutger Hauer / We’re more like bubbles of water

“They want to put you in a box. It makes for short-term security I guess but the problem is that people don’t come in boxes. We’re more like bubbles of water.”

Rutger Hauer (1944-2019), actorul devenit celebru pentru monologul Tears in rain din filmul SF Blade Runner (a cărui acțiune se petrece în 2019!), se zice cel mai faimos death soliloquy in cinematic history, când a modificat scriptul c-o seară înainte de filmare fără știrea regizorului Ridley Scott, a murit acum o săptămână, pe 19 iulie la 75 de ani.

“It took me a long time to find out that I was born to be an actor. It was the last thing on my list, although my list was very small. I didn’t know what to do. But kids weren’t supposed to know what to do back then; we were all cute and we’d find out what we’d do later in life.”

“I make more movies than I see.”

“Nobody’s seen all my work. No one. No one in the world has seen all my movies. Some things just never came out… some things may still come out.”

“If you’ve done what you need to do, you need to go bury yourself, because what else are you going to do? I think that that’s where life stops.”

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