never in my life
said I didn't want to have children.
I did and I do and I will!
never give up that experience
for a career.
I want to have it all.
in affairs always rate the MAN
whose services can be obtained as a partner
as not only the first consideration, but
such as to render the question
of his capital
scarcely worth considering, for such men
capital; while, without the special talent
required, capital soon takes wings.
don't want people to go through what I
went through. I want kids to have the
ability to read, to write,
what people are saying to them, to be able
to solve life's
in short bursts, I guess. Little snippets.
I don't think
I can handle being here all
the time, it's pretty nutty.
we have made a movie
are going to find funny
and something that can be a shared experience
for the entire family
in a way that's emotionally
as a story but also works as a comedy and
captures the spirit of the holidays
all kind of rolled into one.
is visceral. It has the power
to draw you in and have you experience
something on an emotional
level that you may not be able logically
I should do everything to deflect from the
workforce the blows aimed at my partners
I am leaving the company.
I am confident
that the highly professional, united team
of extremely experienced
managers will be able to successfully
handle the task of globalising
the YukosSibneft business.
obviously counts for a lot and success
obviously counts for a lot, but at the same
if you meet someone who is clear and collaborative
and brave and talented
then you want to work
with them just as much as you want to work
with someone who is a tried and tested genius,
for me its always been the most recent
is often the most fun
because you just kind of come out of it.
I was walking down the street and a man
recognized me and just started
following me non-stop. Everywhere I would
go, he would follow me. It was okay though.
Overall, I haven't had too many bad
every decade that passes you just get wiser
and you have so much more experience
and you're able to deal with things better.
choice of colors
does not rest on any scientific theory;
it is based on observation, on feeling,
on the experience
of my sensibility. Inspired
by certain pages of Delacroix, an artist
like Signac is preoccupied with complementary
colors, and the theoretical knowledge
of them will lead him to use a certain tone
in a certain place. But I simply try to
put down colors which render my sensation.
is not a picture of an experience,
but is the experience.
fact that people
break down and cry when confronted with
shows that I can communicate
those basic human emotions..
the people who weep before my pictures are
having the same religious
I had when painting them. And if you say
you are moved only by their color
relationships then you miss the point.
taught me a few things. One is to listen
to your gut, no matter how good
something sounds on paper. The second is
that you're generally better off sticking
with what you know.
And the third is that sometimes your best
are the ones you don't make.
and it's healthy
and human to experience
the whole gamut of them. And it's easier
to feel sadness
especially in a theatre, and even in the
but we don't want to feel fear
in the real world. So it's safe to do it
in a cinema and stimulate those senses.
they come to you and it's a small role,
so it's about the experience
and the journey and mixing with people you
know you will learn
from. Or sometimes it's a scene in a movie
that you think, 'I just have to play this