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Scene It quotes by Benjamin Watson
#1. In any given marketplace, there's a triangle. There's a line of Dior goods at $25,000 that creates the sharp focus you need to sell $100 scarves to every woman. When [Design Miami] Basel popped on the scene, it proved there's a market for the top of the design triangle, which will lead the wide base beneath it. #Quote by Benjamin Watson
Scene It quotes by Gaston Bachelard
#2. That beauty may, for instance, be composed of lovely flowers, and glittering streams, and blue sky and white clouds; and yet the thing that impresses us most, and which we should be sorriest to lose, may be a thin grey film on the extreme horizon, not so large, in the space of the scene it occupies, as a piece of gossamer on a near-at-hand bush, nor in any wise prettier to the eye than the gossamer; but because the gossamer is known by us for a little bit of spider's work, and the other grey film is known to mean a mountain ten thousand feet high, inhabited by a race of noble mountaineers we are solemnly impressed by the aspect of it, and yet all the while the thoughts and knowledge which cause us to receive this impression are so obscure that we are not conscious of them. #Quote by Gaston Bachelard
Scene It quotes by Margaret Edson
#3. ... ... , but as I am a scholar I feel obliged to document what it is like here, most of the time, between the dramatic climaxes. In truth it is like this: You cannot imagine how time can be so still. It hangs. It weighs, and yet there is so little of it. It goes so slowly and it is so scarce. If I was writing this scene it would last a full 15 minutes. I would lie here and you would sit there. #Quote by Margaret Edson
Scene It quotes by Jose Andres
#4. The Christmas market at the Barcelona Cathedral sells all kinds of things for your Nativity scene. It will also give you a good idea of Catalan culture. #Quote by Jose Andres
Scene It quotes by Michael Stipe
#5. I had to get a driver's license and drive to St. Louis to find the punk-rock scene that was happening there. And there was a punk-rock scene. It was sweet. It was real. It was like everywhere else in the county. It was a handful of people who were feeling the same pull, and, of course, it was like the Island of Misfit Toys in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer [1964]. Just the freaks, the fags, the fat girls, the unbelievable eccentrics . #Quote by Michael Stipe
Scene It quotes by Shorty Rogers
#6. When Bird came on the scene, it was just as shocking as in the Bible: everything was dark, and then the light appeared for the first time. #Quote by Shorty Rogers
Scene It quotes by Nathan Fillion
#7. I kind of found a niche for myself after 'Firefly'. I found something that I enjoyed doing and that I did well, but as far as how I seek out a part, it's always different. It's always something that lights you on fire when you read it. It might be just one scene, it might be one line that defines the character for you. #Quote by Nathan Fillion
Scene It quotes by W. Somerset Maugham
#8. I am told that today rather more than 60 per cent of the men who go to university go on a Government grant. This is a new class that has entered upon the scene. It is the white-collar proletariat. They do not go to university to acquire culture but to get a job, and when they have got one, scamp it. They have no manners and are woefully unable to deal with any social predicament. Their idea of a celebration is to go to a public house and drink six beers. They are mean, malicious and envious . They are scum. #Quote by W. Somerset Maugham
Scene It quotes by David Schwimmer
#9. I had invited 50 or 60 peers and friends, most of whom were parents, to see the film [Trust], and I asked about the last scene. It was interesting because it was split right down the middle, 50/50. About half the audience wanted it to end with the very emotional scene between Clive and Liana, and that feeling of realization and catharsis. And, the other half were adamant about keeping that last scene. #Quote by David Schwimmer
Scene It quotes by George Lucas
#10. If the boy and girl walk off into the sunset hand-in-hand in the last scene, it adds 10 million to the box office. #Quote by George Lucas
Scene It quotes by Jeff Lindsay
#11. I'm afraid you may have to put up with some more," I said, looking at my test tube. A thin line of precipitate had formed between the antiserum and the sample from the crime scene. "It looks like it's human blood." Deborah #Quote by Jeff Lindsay
Scene It quotes by Jasper Fforde
#12. Apart from the faint odor of ink that pervaded the scene, it might have been real. #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Scene It quotes by Taylor Hackford
#13. I love actors and I understand what has to happen within a scene. Any scene is an acting scene and actors never act alone, so there has to be an interchange. If it's a dialog scene, if it's a love scene, it doesn't matter because you need to establish a situation. #Quote by Taylor Hackford
Scene It quotes by Harold Prince
#14. 'Evita' was four pieces of slick paper and a record album. It's the most scary, to sit down and dictate a musical scene by scene. It was a musical unlike anything I'd ever seen before myself. #Quote by Harold Prince
Scene It quotes by William Hirstein
#15. If you look at your average contemporary person, the potential for tragedy is immense. The people and things we love and value are strewn across the globe. Any number of health disasters can befall you or them.
The truth is depressing. We are going to die, most likely after illness; all our friends will likewise die; we are tiny insignificant dots on a tiny planet. Perhaps with the advent of broad intelligence and foresight comes the need for confabulation and self-deception to keep depression and its consequent lethargy at bay. There needs to be a basic denial of our finitude and insignificance in the larger scene. It takes a certain amount of chutzpah just to get out of bed in the morning. #Quote by William Hirstein
Scene It quotes by R.D. Laing
#16. The group, whether We or You or Them, is not a new individual or organism or hyperorganism on the social scene; it has no agency of its own, it has no consciousness of its own. Yet we may shed our own blood and the blood of others for this bloodless presence. #Quote by R.D. Laing
Scene It quotes by Yani Tseng
#17. Walking down the red carpet, suddenly I felt very special and different. All the flashlights from cameras and requesting voices from the media, the scene, it was just like what I remembered seeing on TV or a movie when I was a little girl - the scene only when movie stars appeared. #Quote by Yani Tseng
Scene It quotes by James Cromwell
#18. First lead [in a movie] requires a different approach like trying not to give it all away in the first scene. It is a skill, a learned skill. #Quote by James Cromwell
Scene It quotes by Ayn Rand
#19. Aristotle may be regarded as the cultural barometer of Western history. Whenever his influence dominated the scene, it paved the way for one of history's brilliant eras; whenever it fell, so did mankind. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Scene It quotes by Sonny Bono
#20. It was scary when the Beatles came on the scene. It was like an earthquake or a fire or an accident. #Quote by Sonny Bono
Scene It quotes by Arthur C. Clarke
#21. But to Vasili, for a moment that would be imprinted on his memory forever, that sharp-edged outline held a completely different, and wholly impossible, scene. It was as if a window had suddenly been opened onto another universe.
The vision lasted for less that a second, before his involuntary blink reflex cut it off. He was looking into a field not of stars, but of suns, as if into the crowded heart of a galaxy, or the core of a globular cluster. In that moment, Vasili Orlov lost forever the skies of Earth. From now on they would seem intolerably empty; even mighty Orion and glorious Scorpio would be scarcely noticeable patterns of feeble sparks, not worthy of a second glance. #Quote by Arthur C. Clarke
Scene It quotes by J.K. Rowling
#22. Now a gigantic statue of black stone dominated the scene. It was rather frightening, this vast sculpture of a witch and a wizard sitting on ornately carved thrones, looking down at the Ministry workers toppling out of fireplaces below them. Engraved in foot-high letters at the base of the statue were the words MAGIC IS MIGHT. Harry #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Scene It quotes by Ray Romano
#23. For a sitcom sex scene, you get in bed and that's the end of the scene. It quick and it was fast, but it was foreign territory for me. Not for Bobby. Bobby Cannavale has been down that road before. With my character, I think it will be a one-and-out. I don't think you'll see my character [in Vinyl] naked again, so relax everybody. #Quote by Ray Romano
Scene It quotes by Sloane Crosley
#24. New Yorkers have a delightfully narcissistic habit of assuming that if they're not conscious of a scene, it doesn't exist. #Quote by Sloane Crosley
Scene It quotes by Muriel Rukeyser
#25. However confused the scene of our life appears, however torn we may be who now do face that scene, it can be faced, and we can go on to be whole. #Quote by Muriel Rukeyser
Scene It quotes by Agatha Christie
#26. At all events, let us examine the position from the point of view of murder, not suicide."
"Oh, all right. If you are on the scene, it probably would be murder!"
For a moment Poirot smiled. "I hardly like that remark. #Quote by Agatha Christie
Scene It quotes by David O. Russell
#27. When I write an email where I outlined a whole scene, it just came out of my unconscious, it comes from a deeper place. The same thing happens when the actors go, take after take, and just get lost in it. When you're in a house, you don't think about being in the house; you're just there. #Quote by David O. Russell
Scene It quotes by Lawrence Hargrave
#28. As to the effect of the wave on the air, we will suppose the water to be quite flat and the air motionless, a heavy undulation comes on the scene, it has to pass, so it pushes the air up with its face, letting it fall again as its back glides onwards. #Quote by Lawrence Hargrave
Scene It quotes by Ray Charles
#29. I was born with music inside me. Music was one of my parts. Like my ribs, my kidneys, my liver, my heart. Like my blood. It was a force already within me when I arrived on the scene. It was a necessity for me-like food or water. #Quote by Ray Charles
Scene It quotes by Trey Parker
#30. It's been a fascinating thing because we didn't really know how to write when we started South Park at all. It's been like, we've just sort of grown up a bit and it's amazing to just see how, if you take Butters and Cartman and put them in any scene, it works. #Quote by Trey Parker
Scene It quotes by Kevin Spacey
#31. When you're just able to distill it down to the idea and the feeling that a character is experiencing in a scene, it can become very, very razor sharp and really clean and really efficient and simple. And sometimes it takes twenty-five years to learn how to be simple. #Quote by Kevin Spacey
Scene It quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#32. I just focus on getting the first scene right, with a few lines about the overall plot, and then the book grows organically. #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Scene It quotes by Wilkie Collins
#33. Very strange!" he said to himself, vacantly. "It's like a scene in a novel - it's like nothing in real life." He #Quote by Wilkie Collins
Scene It quotes by Max Weber
#34. Its entry on the scene was not generally peaceful. A flood of mistrust, sometimes of hatred, above all of moral indignation, regularly opposed itself to the first innovator. #Quote by Max Weber
Scene It quotes by David Corbett
#35. Developing a character with genuine depth requires a focus on not just desire but how the character deals with frustration of her desires, as well as her vulnerabilities, her secrets, and especially her contradictions. This development needs to be forged in scenes, the better to employ your intuition rather than your intellect. #Quote by David Corbett
Scene It quotes by David Byrne
#36. A soap opera character on the bar TV says, "You killed him, you smothered him with doughnuts!" Another character, another scene--she is sitting in a room with a man and an elderly woman--the leas character wonders if she's dead. The man says, No, you're alive," and the other woman hands her a plate of doughnuts.
A commercial comes on. A couple are on a date and the woman's voice-over articulates interior thoughts of what a wonderful guy her friend has set her up with: "He's so cute, and his IQ is higher than my bank balance . . . but she didn't tell me he has . . . Tourette's syndrome. #Quote by David Byrne
Scene It quotes by Stephen Tow
#37. Any local music scene at any point in time can be referred to as derivative of more well-known acts. The line separating influence from imitation is a blurry one. Very few artists are completely original; even great artists build upon what has occurred before, and add their personality and talent to create their own original expression. #Quote by Stephen Tow
Scene It quotes by Augustus William Hare
#38. A person should go out on the water on a fine day to a small distance from a beautiful coast, if he would see Nature really smile. Never does she look so delightful, as when the sun is brightly reflected by the water, while the waves are gently rippling, and the prospect receives life and animation from the glancing transit of an occasional row-boat, and the quieter motion of a few small vessels. But the land must be well in sight; not only for its own sake, but because the immensity and awfulness of a mere sea-view would ill accord with the other parts of the glittering and joyous scene. #Quote by Augustus William Hare
Scene It quotes by Alison Brie
#39. There's a lot of opportunities for scene-stealing if you're a dog. #Quote by Alison Brie
Scene It quotes by Halston Sage
#40. I did grow up in Los Angeles. I actually didn't start acting until I was sixteen, so I was very removed from the Hollywood scene. I had always been in my school plays, but my mom and dad wanted to keep me out of the business until I was old enough to know who I was and not let anyone change me. #Quote by Halston Sage
Scene It quotes by Steven R. McQueen
#41. For me, my favorite scenes, when I'm in my comfort zone, are the fighting scenes Those are my favorite to do, so I'd love to have more of those. #Quote by Steven R. McQueen
Scene It quotes by Peyton Reed
#42. I hate when there's a deleted scene on a DVD with no explanation, or you have to go out of your way to find an alternate audio track. #Quote by Peyton Reed
Scene It quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#43. Drug addicts, especially young ones, are conformists flocking together in sticky groups, and I do not write for groups, nor approve of group therapy (the big scene in the Freudian farce); as I have said often enough, I write for myself in multiplicate, a not unfamiliar phenomenon on the horizon of shimmering deserts. Young dunces who turn to drugs cannot read "Lolita," or any of my books, some in fact cannot read at all. Let me also observe that the term "square" already dates as a slang word, for nothing dates quicker than conservative youth, nor is there anything more philistine, more bourgeois, more ovine than this business of drug duncery. Half a century ago, a similar fashion among the smart set of St. Petersburg was cocaine sniffing combined with phony orientalities. The better and brighter minds of my young American readers are far removed from those juvenile fads and faddists. I also used to know in the past a Communist agent who got so involved in trying to wreck anti-Bolshevist groups by distributing drugs among them that he became an addict himself and lapsed into a dreamy state of commendable metempsychic sloth. He must be grazing today on some grassy slope in Tibet if he has not yet lined the coat of his fortunate shepherd. #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Scene It quotes by J.C. Lillis
#44. For crap's sake: the holy-grail scene of the world's most ridiculous, implausible ship, and I was holding my breath with the rest of the room. #Quote by J.C. Lillis
Scene It quotes by Andrea Speed
#45. Yeah, that would be awesome. Me loaded and trying very hard not to make a scene, while the
guy who had one gay slip with me and his wife are not five feet away, also trying not to be awkward.
That'll be so much fun. I just might hang myself with a rope made of braided napkins."
"Aww. Nice touch with the braid. Very gay," Dylan told him, patting him on the back.
Roan looked at him with a frown. "No one likes a sarcastic bastard, Dyl."
"Well, I do." He paused briefly. "Obviously."
Ouch. #Quote by Andrea Speed
Scene It quotes by David Markson
#46. Have I ever said that Turner once actually had himself lashed to the mast of a ship, to be able to later do a painting of a storm?
Which has never failed to remind me of the scene in which Odysseus does the identical thing, of course, so that he can listen to the Sirens singing but will stay put. #Quote by David Markson
Scene It quotes by Christopher Isherwood
#47. Katherine Anne [Porter] treated them like favored nephews; she even cooked meals for them. Unfortunately, however, beneath Christopher's deference and flattery, there was a steadily growing aggression. By her implicit claim to be the equal of Katherine Mansfield and even Virginia Woolf, Katherine Anne had stirred up Christopher's basic literary snobbery. How dare she, he began to mutter to himself, this vain old frump, this dressed-up cook in her arty finery, how dare she presume like this! And he imagined a grotesque scene in which he had to introduce her and somehow explain her to Virginia, Morgan [Forster] and the others . . . [t]hus Katherine Anne became the first of an oddly assorted collection of people who, for various reasons, made up their minds that they would never see Christopher again. The others: Charlie Chaplin, Benjamin Britten, Cole Porter, Lincoln Kirstein. #Quote by Christopher Isherwood
Scene It quotes by Robert Montgomery
#48. A thunder-storm! - the eloquence of heaven, When every cloud is from its slumber riven, Who hath not paused beneath its hollow groan, And felt Omnipotence around him thrown? With what a gloom the ush'ring scene appears! The leaves all shiv'ring with instinctive fears, The waters curling with a fellow dread, A veiling fervour round creation spread, And, last, the heavy rain's reluctant shower, With big drops patt'ring on the tree and bower, While wizard shapes the bowing sky deform, - All mark the coming of the thunder-storm! #Quote by Robert Montgomery
Scene It quotes by David Corbett
#49. An intuitive grasp of your character is formed by exploring scenes of profound emotional import-moments of overwhelming shame, joy, fear, pride, regret, forgiveness. #Quote by David Corbett
Scene It quotes by Rod Steiger
#50. I was pleased when the picture was over I fit in all right and I spoke well enough as I said before, cause I was scared to death there for a minute. I mean, you're doing a scene with somebody like that or they're watching you or something, you'd better come up with something. #Quote by Rod Steiger
Scene It quotes by Kenneth Choi
#51. Portland is the perfect weekend getaway. I studied acting in Portland and lived there for five years. It's a small city with so much to do. There's beautiful scenery, a great bar scene, and so many fabulous restaurants. #Quote by Kenneth Choi
Scene It quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#52. There is this amazing scene in the story: A boy and a girl, explaining the rules of Bingo, become the center of the Universe for Nazis in full regalia, including a gaga Adolf Hitler. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Scene It quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#53. In the movie, the stars above the ship bear no correspondence to any constellations in a real sky. Worse yet, while the heroine bobs ... we are treated to her view of this Hollywood sky-one where the stars on the right half of the scene trace the mirror image of the stars in the left half. How lazy can you get? #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Scene It quotes by Charles Dickens
#54. Looking at the Jury and the turbulent audience, he might have thought that the usual order of things was reversed, and that the felons were trying the honest men. The lowest, cruelest, and worst populace of a city, never without its quantity of low, cruel, and bad, were the directing spirits of the scene: noisily commenting, applauding, disapproving, anticipating, and precipitating the result, without a check. Of the men, the greater part were armed in various ways; of the women, some wore knives, some daggers, some ate and drank as they looked on, many knitted. Among these last, was one, with a spare piece of knitting under her arm as she worked. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Scene It quotes by J.G. Ballard
#55. In their eyes I must have appeared like some kind of nightmarish totem, a domestic idiot suffering from the irreversible brain damage of a motorway accident and now put out each morning to view the scene of his own cerebral death. #Quote by J.G. Ballard
Scene It quotes by James L. Brooks
#56. Tone is up for grabs in what we do - what's the tone of the scene. #Quote by James L. Brooks
Scene It quotes by Howard Stern
#57. My show was revolutionary, ground-breaking. When I came on the scene, people were not doing a thing. #Quote by Howard Stern
Scene It quotes by Elisabeth Moss
#58. Obviously, my life and my job in 2010 is very different from Peggy's experience in the 1960s. I exist in a world that enjoys more equality between men and women. But I don't take any of that into my performance. I just want to play the character as who she is as an individual - scene to scene. #Quote by Elisabeth Moss
Scene It quotes by Lesli Linka Glatter
#59. I like to really know what every scene is about, what the text is, what the subtext is. Then I figure out how to express that when I'm shooting. #Quote by Lesli Linka Glatter
Scene It quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#60. This is the place. Stand still, my steed,- Let me review the scene, And summon from the shadowy past The forms that once have been. #Quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Scene It quotes by Tyler Posey
#61. I was never NOT confident about doing scenes without my shirt - and now I'll find any excuse to take my shirt off! #Quote by Tyler Posey
Scene It quotes by Jose Padilha
#62. I like to give dimension to shots inside action scenes. It's demanding because you have to rehearse a lot of things happening at the same time and frame all those things in a shot. But I feel like when you accomplish that then you've got a cool action scene. #Quote by Jose Padilha
Scene It quotes by Alexander Pope
#63. Awake, my St. John! leave all meaner things To low ambition and the pride of kings. Let us (since life can little more supply Than just to look about us, and to die) Expatiate free o'er all this scene of man; A mighty maze! but not without a plan. #Quote by Alexander Pope

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