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Scene Sayings By Leif Enger: Say what you like about melodrama, it beats confusion. The truth is we ought have Say what you like about melodrama, it beats confusion. The truth is we ought have a chance to say a little something when it's getting dark. We ought to have a closing scene. — Leif Enger
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Scene Sayings By Nicolas Roeg: I was very glad later when I was directing that I wasn't in the hands I was very glad later when I was directing that I wasn't in the hands of a cinematographer and hoping that he would do it well. I would know what he was doing, and we could discuss how that scene would look. — Nicolas Roeg
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Scene Sayings By Caleb Johnson: Nashville, I think, for me, personally, would be where I want to live and work. Nashville, I think, for me, personally, would be where I want to live and work. L.A. is a whole other world and has a whole other vibe to it, so I would like to come out here for work for a couple of months, but L.A. is just not really my scene, per se. — Caleb Johnson
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Scene Sayings By Richard Rohr: The cross solved our problem by first revealing our real problem, our universal pattern of The cross solved our problem by first revealing our real problem, our universal pattern of scapegoating and sacrificing others. The cross exposes forever the scene of our crime. — Richard Rohr
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Scene Sayings By Kurt Braunohler: The entire New York comedy scene has moved to L.A. - it's bled the New The entire New York comedy scene has moved to L.A. - it's bled the New York comedy scene dry. — Kurt Braunohler
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Scene Sayings By Abby Huntsman: I've always loved news. I've always loved storytelling and being where the scene is. I've always loved news. I've always loved storytelling and being where the scene is. — Abby Huntsman
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Scene Sayings By Cate Tiernan: Now he was kissing me, not in a scary way, not with hostility, but with Now he was kissing me, not in a scary way, not with hostility, but with warm, seductive intent. In a hayloft, in the barn, in the middle of the night. This scene brought to you by the letters W, T, and F. — Cate Tiernan
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Scene Sayings By John Muir: No traveler, whether a tree lover or not, will ever forget his first walk in No traveler, whether a tree lover or not, will ever forget his first walk in a sugar-pine forest. The majestic crowns approaching one another make a glorious canopy, through the feathery arches of which the sunbeams pour, silvering the needles and gilding the stately columns and the ground into a scene of enchantment. — John Muir
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Scene Sayings By Tuppence Middleton: I don't want to be one of those young actors who is around for a I don't want to be one of those young actors who is around for a couple of years and melts off the scene. — Tuppence Middleton
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Scene Sayings By Matt Lauria: As a fighter, you have a weight cut, and if there's a weigh-in scene you As a fighter, you have a weight cut, and if there's a weigh-in scene you want to look way smaller and depleted. You want there to be a noticeable difference between that and the fight day. You don't drink water, except for tiny sips, and you're not really eating anything, except for a tiny slice of sweet potato every hour. — Matt Lauria
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Scene Sayings By James Martin: As I was deciding on what to select, George motioned me over to a shelf As I was deciding on what to select, George motioned me over to a shelf of merchandise. He held up an unusual Nativity scene. Placed between the Holy Family and the Wise Men was a barrier, a thin block of wood. The owner explained, "That is the wall that blocks off the Palestinian territories. Jesus was a Palestinian, just like us. — James Martin
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Scene Sayings By Jon Krakauer: It was actually pretty common for women not to scream or call the cops in It was actually pretty common for women not to scream or call the cops in rape cases I prosecuted," Roe said, "at least partly because women aren't wired to react that way. We are socialized to be likeable and not to create friction. We are brought up to be nice. Women are supposed to resolve problems without making a scene - to make bad things go away as if they never happened. — Jon Krakauer
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Scene Sayings By Graham Parker: When I was a kid in the mid-'60s, I was what's known as a moddie When I was a kid in the mid-'60s, I was what's known as a moddie boy, a prototype skinhead. You all had your hair like a crew cut, cropped, with suits or Levis with red suspenders, sometimes Doc Martens. It was a thriving soul music, Motown and ska scene; we used to dance to Prince Buster and the Skatalites. — Graham Parker
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Scene Sayings By Matisyahu: The religious lifestyle keeps you focused. It's helpful when trying to manoeuvre through the music The religious lifestyle keeps you focused. It's helpful when trying to manoeuvre through the music scene. — Matisyahu
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Scene Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: He'd expected her to feel like heaven, plus nirvana, plus that scene in Willy Wonka He'd expected her to feel like heaven, plus nirvana, plus that scene in Willy Wonka where Charlie starts to fly. — Rainbow Rowell
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Scene Sayings By A.W. Tozer: The word of wisdom is missing," he continued. "We need the gift of discernment again The word of wisdom is missing," he continued. "We need the gift of discernment again in our pulpits. It is not ability to predict that we need, but the anointed eye, the power of spiritual penetration and interpretation, the ability to appraise the religious scene as viewed from God's position, and to tell us what is actually going on — A.W. Tozer
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Scene Sayings By Andy Dick: He very nearly stole a scene in my movie, and I didn't call him on He very nearly stole a scene in my movie, and I didn't call him on it because I was just like, Hey, I saw some stuff on SuperDeluxe and how many different films do you have on there? And he goes, This one, this one, Comedy by Numbers and this one and one called 'Bob Pitches a Movie.' And I'm like, Oh! And then I was thinking he would say, which is very similar to the one to the one I did in your movie, but he never did. I just let it go. I don't care. — Andy Dick
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Scene Sayings By Alisa Mullen: I could so totally rock the homeless scene if I didn't have a baby growing I could so totally rock the homeless scene if I didn't have a baby growing inside me. — Alisa Mullen
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Scene Sayings By Assata Shakur: She made one mistake," he kept repeating. "She forgot to change her earrings. She has She made one mistake," he kept repeating. "She forgot to change her earrings. She has the same earrings on." The prosecutor was so dramatic. The scene was straight out of the movies. You could tell he had been watching the late show. Both the woman in the bank and i had on hoop earrings. When Stanley summed up, he just said, "Will all the women in the courtroom who have on hoop earrings, please stand up?" Half the women rose to their feet. — Assata Shakur
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Scene Sayings By Victoria Schwab: Wes hits the table. "You broke into a crime scene without me?""Be glad, Wes, or Wes hits the table. "You broke into a crime scene without me?"
"Be glad, Wes, or we would have both been caught."
"We're a team, Mac. You don't go committing crimes without your partner in crime. Besides, if I'd been with you, we probably wouldn't have been caught. I could have stood at the door and made wild bird sounds or something when the cops came back. And if we did get caught, or mugshots would look fabulous. — Victoria Schwab
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Scene Sayings By Jon Oringer: I've little in common with the scene in Silicon Valley and San Francisco. I'm a I've little in common with the scene in Silicon Valley and San Francisco. I'm a New Yorker. — Jon Oringer
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Scene Sayings By J.H. Pearce: The sleepless hum of the city was abidingly in his ears, and the lamps that The sleepless hum of the city was abidingly in his ears, and the lamps that dotted the misty pavements stared at him blinkingly all along the route. The tall black buildings rose up grimly into the night; the faces that flitted to and fro along the pavements, kept ever sliding past him, melting into the darkness; and the cabs and 'buses, still astir in the streets, had a ghostly air as they vanished in the gloom.

("An Unexpected Journey") — J.H. Pearce
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Scene Sayings By Mary-Louise Parker: There's a lot of time sitting in movies, so you can put alligators in people's There's a lot of time sitting in movies, so you can put alligators in people's trailers in your spare time. So it [making a film] moves slower, which in some ways is great, because you can live with a scene and invest in it a lot. And in some ways it's hard, because sometimes you can start to lose your energy a little bit, but both are fun. — Mary-Louise Parker
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Scene Sayings By Calvin W. Allison: Tim's countenance changed from a contemplative glow to a dim scene of a dramatic aftermath; Tim's countenance changed from a contemplative glow to a dim scene of a dramatic aftermath; an echo of an unknown song scratched down a chalkboard of an unidentified emotion while scrambled attempts at focus latched on to speculative fragments of logic that accumulated to reach a satisfactory degree of progress to a common ground of comprehensive reasoning. — Calvin W. Allison
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Scene Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: The cloudless day is richer at its close;A golden glory settles on the lea;Soft, stealing The cloudless day is richer at its close;
A golden glory settles on the lea;
Soft, stealing shadows hint of cool repose
To mellowing landscape, and to calming sea.
And in that nobler, gentler, lovelier light,
The soul to sweeter, loftier bliss inclines;
Freed form the noonday glare, the favour'd sight
Increasing grace in earth and sky divines.
But ere the purest radiance crowns the green,
Or fairest lustre fills th' expectant grove,
The twilight thickens, and the fleeting scene
Leaves but a hallow'd memory of love! — H.P. Lovecraft
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Scene Sayings By Jimmy Fallon: The running across the field thing, that was the first scene we shot in the The running across the field thing, that was the first scene we shot in the movie. We asked the audience to stay for the scene, and 37,000 people stayed. — Jimmy Fallon
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Scene Sayings By Gus Hall: On the world scene, it is our position that there is a resurgence of socialism On the world scene, it is our position that there is a resurgence of socialism taking place. The world's socialist and Communist forces are now on the move to restore socialism in the former socialist countries and to strengthen the existing socialist countries ... there is a new socialist world on the horizon, a resurgence of the world revolutionary process. — Gus Hall
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Scene Sayings By Vilmos Zsigmond: If you need to strap a camera to you or get in a small space, If you need to strap a camera to you or get in a small space, then it makes sense to use digital.I do think it is possible to use a digital camera artistically, but it can only be good if you are using film technique. Film has grain, and digital has pixels, and there is not that much of a difference, but digital does not replace the need to create a scene and light it properly and spend time considering the shot. — Vilmos Zsigmond
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Scene Sayings By Angela Lansbury: You learn the values that are inherent in the scene that the writer has written. You learn the values that are inherent in the scene that the writer has written. You learn about who you as a character are in relation to those others who are working with you within that scene. — Angela Lansbury
Scene Sayings By Fay Wray: My next book is Scene by Scene: as Seen by Fay Wray. It'll be about My next book is Scene by Scene: as Seen by Fay Wray. It'll be about different incidents. Just my feelings about quite a few people. Attitudes. My thoughts about the universe and simple things like that. — Fay Wray
Scene Sayings By Gustavo Santaolalla: My first band was an Argentinian folk group when I was 10. When I was My first band was an Argentinian folk group when I was 10. When I was 12 I had my electric guitar, and by the time I was 13, the Beatles came into the scene, and that was over. So I have a mixture of all these traditions, and I think that's who I am, a mixture of everything. — Gustavo Santaolalla
Scene Sayings By Neil Strauss: There was one fledgling PUA, in particular, whom Papa bonded with: a twenty-two-year-old Canadian who There was one fledgling PUA, in particular, whom Papa bonded with: a twenty-two-year-old Canadian who had discovered the pickup scene when his mother stumbled across a seduction website. He called himself Tyler Durden, after the seditious character in Fight Club. And like a virus or a demagogue (choose your simile), he would eventually change the course of the community and everyone in it. He — Neil Strauss
Scene Sayings By Bob Colacello: Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, ran it on two screens, where each scene was in a different room at the Chelsea Hotel with these people he called 'Superstars who were basically super-exhibitionists - the guy in one room high on LSD talking about masturbation, Brigid Berlin in another room playing a lesbian and shooting up people with amphetamines right through their jeans, it was all real and they were really doing it (though Brigid is now a proper lady), but you know Andy really did pre-date reality TV. — Bob Colacello
Scene Sayings By Bill Burr: If you try to deliver a funny line in a funny way, it comes out If you try to deliver a funny line in a funny way, it comes out as wacky and you ruin the scene. — Bill Burr
Scene Sayings By John Mortimer: It is desperately important to remember when enough is enough, when you've finished the scene. It is desperately important to remember when enough is enough, when you've finished the scene. — John Mortimer
Scene Sayings By Michael Pena: The joy of 'Crash' was that it was all about the work. It was my The joy of 'Crash' was that it was all about the work. It was my first real part. Before that, it was a line here and there, maybe a scene. 'Crash' was five scenes, a beautiful arc, a little vignette of my own. It really meant something. — Michael Pena
Scene Sayings By Wes Anderson: The animators bring their own spontaneity to it as well, because when they do a The animators bring their own spontaneity to it as well, because when they do a take of a shot it really is like just one continuous activity for them. They launch into it and do it, and they're not even quite sure how it's going to turn out when they're doing it. They're sort-of sculpting their way through a scene and trying to make this inanimate object alive. — Wes Anderson
Scene Sayings By Lewis Buzbee: Watching a scene from a film in slow motion is possible, but there's an unreal Watching a scene from a film in slow motion is possible, but there's an unreal air to it; reading a passage from a book slowly does nothing to rob the words of their power. A film presents images; a book creates images inside the reader, with the reader's active participation. Books are good for your brain. — Lewis Buzbee
Scene Sayings By D.C. Fontana: Let's face it, the romantic scene between the Romulan Commander and Spock [in "The Enterprise Let's face it, the romantic scene between the Romulan Commander and Spock [in "The Enterprise Incident"] was totally out of context. Any Romulan worth her salt would have instantly suspected Spock because they are related races. That was wrongmy biggest objection is the scene between Spock and the woman, because I really did not believe it. And I did not believe that the Romulan did not suspect Spock of something underhanded. She does know enough about Vulcan and Vulcans to know that something's afoot. — D.C. Fontana
Scene Sayings By Matthew Scully: Intellectuals are a pretty unique species all by themselves, given to advocating things out of Intellectuals are a pretty unique species all by themselves, given to advocating things out of sheer brazenness that they could not themselves stomach if they were ushered in to witness the scene. — Matthew Scully
Scene Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: He realized that his eyes were fixed on the scene not out of duty, but He realized that his eyes were fixed on the scene not out of duty, but from sheer inability to look away from the sheen of mingled rain and blood that gleamed on muscle, tightened in anguish to a curve of wrenching beauty. — Diana Gabaldon
Scene Sayings By Daniel Radcliffe: Just keep acting is my plan, I just want to keep going for as long Just keep acting is my plan, I just want to keep going for as long as I can. I've had a fantastic time on Potter, I will be very sad to leave it because every time I look back on one of these films, every scene I watch will be forever linked to a memory of what happened that day or something that was happening around that time in my life. — Daniel Radcliffe
Scene Sayings By Horace Walpole: Life is a farce, and should not end with a mourning scene. Life is a farce, and should not end with a mourning scene. — Horace Walpole
Scene Sayings By Ken Follett: We all now tell stories by cutting from one dramatic scene to the next, whereas We all now tell stories by cutting from one dramatic scene to the next, whereas Victorian novelists felt free to write long passages of undramatic summary. — Ken Follett
Scene Sayings By Tim O'Brien: In books or films, it is desirable to have a climactic battle scene, but the In books or films, it is desirable to have a climactic battle scene, but the world does not operate in those gross dramatic terms. In Vietnam, there was a general aimlessness, not just in the physical sense, but beyond that in the moral and ethical sense. — Tim O'Brien
Scene Sayings By Irene Dunne: Of course WE never had to do nude scenes. I'm glad, too, because I'm susceptible Of course WE never had to do nude scenes. I'm glad, too, because I'm susceptible to pneumonia. — Irene Dunne
Scene Sayings By Elizabeth Meriwether: I think so much of writing is an instinct, or a feel for a scene, I think so much of writing is an instinct, or a feel for a scene, or a feel for a character. You have to put into words the word 'tone,' which I think is thrown around a lot and can mean a hundred different things, but communicating that to other people is definitely a challenge. — Elizabeth Meriwether
Scene Sayings By Anna Kendrick: Well, we can stay friends if you want. I know I'd like to. But I'll Well, we can stay friends if you want. I know I'd like to. But I'll understand if you - " "No, I mean what happens right now. Like, how do you finish a breakup? Like . . . how does this scene end?" (Okay. — Anna Kendrick
Scene Sayings By Juice Newton: And looking at today's music scene, I think it's cool that there are a lot And looking at today's music scene, I think it's cool that there are a lot of consumers and fans not limited by what radio and the record companies tell them to buy. — Juice Newton
Scene Sayings By Malala Yousafzai: I think of it often and imagine the scene clearly. Even if they come to I think of it often and imagine the scene clearly. Even if they come to kill me, I will tell them what they are trying to do is wrong, that education is our basic right. — Malala Yousafzai
Scene Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: The Lurking Fear:Shrieking, slithering, torrential shadows of red viscous madness chasing one another through endless, The Lurking Fear:
Shrieking, slithering, torrential shadows of red viscous madness chasing one another through endless, ensanguined condors of purple fulgurous sky ... formless phantasms and kaleidoscopic mutations of a ghoulish, remembered scene; forests of monstrous over-nourished oaks with serpent roots twisting and sucking unnamable juices from an earth verminous with millions of cannibal devils; mound-like tentacles groping from underground nuclei of polypous perversion ... insane lightning over malignant ivied walls and demon arcades choked with fungous vegetation ... Heaven be thanked for the instinct which led me unconscious to places where men dwell; to the peaceful village that slept under the calm stars of clearing skies. — H.P. Lovecraft
Scene Sayings By Alan Huffman: When President Teddy Roosevelt posed for the cameras astride a massive steam shovel during construction When President Teddy Roosevelt posed for the cameras astride a massive steam shovel during construction of the Panama Canal in 1906, it was more than a simple photo op. Though the scene was clearly staged, it symbolized a crucial moment in American history. — Alan Huffman
Scene Sayings By Sharon Stone: Don't be late to the theater. The opening scene is a goody. Don't be late to the theater. The opening scene is a goody. — Sharon Stone
Scene Sayings By Ren Ng: When a regular camera focuses physically, what the regular camera is doing is adjusting the When a regular camera focuses physically, what the regular camera is doing is adjusting the lens relative to the sensor to bring different parts of the scene into focus. — Ren Ng
Scene Sayings By Justin Cronin: Every book has got its challenges. You run into a plot point that you can't Every book has got its challenges. You run into a plot point that you can't figure out, or a scene that you struggle to write and have to write 50 times. — Justin Cronin
Scene Sayings By Jane Wiedlin: The whole punk scene is, of course, responsible for the Go-Go's ever getting created. Because The whole punk scene is, of course, responsible for the Go-Go's ever getting created. Because before punk rock happened, you couldn't start a band if you didn't know how to play an instrument. But when punk happened it was like, 'Oh, it doesn't matter if you can play or not. Go ahead, make a band.' And that's exactly what the Go-Go's did. — Jane Wiedlin
Scene Sayings By Jean Baudrillard: You think you photograph a particular scene for the pleasure it gives. In fact it's You think you photograph a particular scene for the pleasure it gives. In fact it's the scene that wants to be photographed. You're merely an extra in the production. — Jean Baudrillard
Scene Sayings By Paul Theroux: Someone who seems doddery is perhaps not doddery at all but only an older person Someone who seems doddery is perhaps not doddery at all but only an older person absorbed in squinting concentration, as though on an ultimate trip, memorizing a scene, grateful for being alive to see it. — Paul Theroux
Scene Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: Shreiking, slithering, torrential shadows of red viscous madness chasing one another through endless, ensanguinated condors Shreiking, slithering, torrential shadows of red viscous madness chasing one another through endless, ensanguinated condors of purple fulgurous sky ... formless phantasms and kalaidoscopic mutations of a ghoulish, remembered scene; forests of monstrous over-nourished oaks with serpent roots twisting and sucking unnamable juices from an earth verminous with millions of cannibal devils; mound-like tentacles groping from underground nuclei of polypous perversion ... insane lightning over malignant ivied walls and demon arcades choked with fungous vegetation ... — H.P. Lovecraft
Scene Sayings By Maurice Jarre: In that long sequence, when Lawrence enters in the desert to rescue a lost man, In that long sequence, when Lawrence enters in the desert to rescue a lost man, Lean listened the music I wrote and wanted to extend the scene to let my work stay completely. — Maurice Jarre
Scene Sayings By Theo James: Sometimes the nature of a big movie, the nature of the material, the scene doesn't Sometimes the nature of a big movie, the nature of the material, the scene doesn't have the richness that you'd want it to. — Theo James
Scene Sayings By William Shakespeare: Come, you spiritsThat tend on mortal thoughts! Unsex me here,And fill me from the crown Come, you spirits
That tend on mortal thoughts! Unsex me here,
And fill me from the crown to the toe top full
Of direst cruelty; make thick my blood,
Stop up the access and passage to remorse,
That no compunctious visitings of nature
Shake my fell purpose, nor keep peace between
The effect and it! Come to my woman's breasts,
And take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers,
Wherever in your sightless substances
You wait on nature's mischief! Come, thick night,
And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell,
That my keen knife see not the wound it makes,
Nor Heaven peep through the blanket of the dark,
To cry Hold, hold! — William Shakespeare
Scene Sayings By Rodrigo Santoro: Definitely as an actor, the experience you have, at least I'm talking for me, my Definitely as an actor, the experience you have, at least I'm talking for me, my experience as an actor is you go to the set and know what you're going to do, know your lines, you rehearse, you do your scene, you go back home. As a producer, for the first time I saw the whole picture in a completely different way. — Rodrigo Santoro
Scene Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Men have external genitalia, while women have internal genitalia. This simple difference makes a lot Men have external genitalia, while women have internal genitalia. This simple difference makes a lot of difference in how they write about themselves - and how you might write about your characters. Male writers don't often address internal sensation in a character, because they don't experience it (and probably often don't realize consciously that it's there). This accounts for a lot of Really Terrible sex scenes written by men (if you look at the "Bad Sex-Scene Awards" in any given year, you'll see that the vast majority are done by male writers). — Diana Gabaldon
Scene Sayings By Jeffery Deaver: A few were journalists and one a novelist, who wanted to get it right. (Rhyme A few were journalists and one a novelist, who wanted to get it right. (Rhyme welcomed his presence; he himself was the subject of a series of novels based on cases he'd run and had written the author on several occasions about misrepresentations of real crime scene work. "Must you sensationalize?") — Jeffery Deaver
Scene Sayings By Greg Sestero: Moments after the waitress left us, Tommy whipped out both copies of our chosen play Moments after the waitress left us, Tommy whipped out both copies of our chosen play and handed me mine. "All right," he said. "Now we do scene." "Wait," I said. "Now?" Tommy was unperturbed. "So what? Yes. We do it now." I looked around. All the tables around us were full. "Shouldn't we eat first?" "What? Are you not dedicated actor? Rehearsal is very important." Tommy was already demonstrating a lot of promise in knowing how to embarrass the shit out of me. — Greg Sestero
Scene Sayings By Walter Mosley: It was a regular family scene. All we had to do was clean up a It was a regular family scene. All we had to do was clean up a few murders and a matter of international dope smuggling, then we could move next door to Donna Reed. — Walter Mosley
Scene Sayings By Asif Kapadia: I don't really rely on watching video monitors. They put you at a certain distance I don't really rely on watching video monitors. They put you at a certain distance from your actors, and it makes me feel less a part of what's really happening in the scene. — Asif Kapadia
Scene Sayings By John Henry Newman: Lead, Kindly Light, amidst th'encircling gloom,Lead Thou me on!The night is dark, and I am Lead, Kindly Light, amidst th'encircling gloom,
Lead Thou me on!
The night is dark, and I am far from home,
Lead Thou me on!
Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see
The distant scene; one step enough for me.
I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou
Shouldst lead me on;
I loved to choose and see my path; but now
Lead Thou me on!
I loved the garish day, and, spite of fears,
Pride ruled my will. Remember not past years!
So long Thy power hath blest me, sure it still
Will lead me on.
O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, till
The night is gone,
And with the morn those angel faces smile,
Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile!
Meantime, along the narrow rugged path,
Thyself hast trod,
Lead, Saviour, lead me home in childlike faith,
Home to my God.
To rest forever after earthly strife
In the calm light of everlasting life. — John Henry Newman
Scene Sayings By Steven Price: The realisation that, depending on where we changed from one note to the next in The realisation that, depending on where we changed from one note to the next in a melodic line, the music could subtly influence the entire meaning of a scene in so many ways was like a door opening to this amazing new world for me. — Steven Price
Scene Sayings By Camren Bicondova: I personally like to talk to people when I'm not doing a scene, still acting I personally like to talk to people when I'm not doing a scene, still acting as if I'm in Gotham when I'm on set because I don't really like to break character, since I sometimes get distracted. I may get distracted when I'm talking to people and having fun; then I have to check myself. — Camren Bicondova
Scene Sayings By Jeff Lindsay: Deborah did not seem quite as impressed as I was. She trailed along behind Matthews Deborah did not seem quite as impressed as I was. She trailed along behind Matthews with a wicked scowl on her face, shoving at any reporter foolish enough to get in her way, and generally acting like she had just been indicted for waterboarding. I followed the happy little group through the crowd until Matthews reached the front door, where Mr. and Mrs. Aldovar were waiting to smother their wayward daughter with hugs and kisses and tears. It was an extremely touching scene, and Captain Matthews played it perfectly, as if he had been rehearsing for months. He stood beside the family group and beamed at them as the parents snuffled and Samantha scowled and finally, when he could sense that the reporters were reaching the end of their attention span, he stepped in front of them and held up a hand. Just — Jeff Lindsay
Scene Sayings By Roald Dahl: You should be able to make a scene come alive in the reader's mind. Not You should be able to make a scene come alive in the reader's mind. Not everybody has this ability. It is a gift, and you either have it or you don't. — Roald Dahl
Scene Sayings By Len G. Murray: The option of solicitor advocacy came on the scene a bit too late for me. The option of solicitor advocacy came on the scene a bit too late for me. — Len G. Murray
Scene Sayings By Dar Williams: A song versus an album is not like a scene versus a play. A song versus an album is not like a scene versus a play. — Dar Williams
Scene Sayings By Eve Dangerfield: He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he had that square-jawed, salt-of-the-earth handsome look that made a girl think of loose-hipped cowboys and demanding Scottish Lairds. And speaking of Scottish Lairds, old mate was a redhead. Usually gingers weren't her scene but this guy's hair was the rich coppery-auburn of a fox's pelt. It gleamed like rose gold under the floodlights, his short beard the exact colour as the stuff on his head. Big Red was doing it for her. Big time. And apparently, the feeling was mutual. — Eve Dangerfield
Scene Sayings By Rumi: I searched for God among the Christians and on the Cross and therein I found I searched for God among the Christians and on the Cross and therein I found Him not.
I went into the ancient temples of idolatry; no trace of Him was there.
I entered the mountain cave of Hira and then went as far as Qandhar but God I found not.
With set purpose I fared to the summit of Mount Caucasus and found there only 'anqa's habitation.
Then I directed my search to the Kaaba, the resort of old and young; God was not there even.
Turning to philosophy I inquired about him from ibn Sina but found Him not within his range.
I fared then to the scene of the Prophet's experience of a great divine manifestation only a "two bow-lengths' distance from him" but God was not there even in that exalted court.
Finally, I looked into my own heart and there I saw Him; He was nowhere else. — Rumi
Scene Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Hark ye, friend; you have been a burgher of this great city. What matter whether Hark ye, friend; you have been a burgher of this great city. What matter whether you have lived in it but five years or three? If you have observed the laws of the corporation, the length or shortness of the time makes no difference. Where is the hardship, then, if Nature, that planted you here, orders your removal? You cannot say you are sent off by a tyrant or an unjust judge. No; you quit the stage as fairly as a player does that has his discharge from the master of the revels. But I have only gone through three acts, and not held out till the end of the fifth, you say. Well, but in life three acts make the play entire. He that ordered the first scene now gives the sign for shutting up the last. You are neither accountable for one nor the other. — Marcus Aurelius
Scene Sayings By John Gardner: Good writers may "tell" about almost anything in fiction except the characters' feelings. One may Good writers may "tell" about almost anything in fiction except the characters' feelings. One may tell the reader that the character went to a private school (one need not show a scene at the private school if the scene has no importance for the rest of the narrative), or one may tell the reader that the character hates spaghetti; but with rare exceptions the characters' feelings must be demonstrated: fear, love, excitement, doubt, embarrassment, despair become real only when they take the form of events - action (or gesture), dialogue, or physical reaction to setting. Detail is the lifeblood of fiction. — John Gardner
Scene Sayings By Benson Bruno: I don't have any regrets," a famous movie actor said in an interview I recently I don't have any regrets," a famous movie actor said in an interview I recently witnessed. "I'd live everything over exactly the same way."
"That's really pathetic," the talk show host said. "Are you seeking help?"
"Yeah. My shrink says we're making progress. Before, I wouldn't even admit that I would live it all over," the actor said, starting to choke up. "I thought one life was satisfying enough."
"My God," the host said, cupping his hand to his mouth.
"The first breakthrough was when I said I would live it over, but only in my dreams. Nocturnal recurrence."
"You're like the character in that one movie of yours. What's it called? You know, the one where you eat yourself."
"The Silence of Sam."
"That's it. Can you do the scene?"
The actor lifts up his foot to stick it in his mouth. I reach over from my seat and help him to fit it into his bulging cheeks. The audience goes wild. — Benson Bruno
Scene Sayings By Peter O'Toole: I'm a very physical actor. I use everything - toes, teeth, ears, everything. I don't I'm a very physical actor. I use everything - toes, teeth, ears, everything. I don't simply mean physical in the sense of movement and vigour. I find myself remembering the shape of a scene by how I'm standing, what I'm doing. — Peter O'Toole
Scene Sayings By Sue Monk Kidd: I don't hold to the idea that God causes suffering and crisis. I just know I don't hold to the idea that God causes suffering and crisis. I just know that those things come along and God uses them. We think life should be a nice, clean ascending line. But inevitably something wanders onto the scene and creates havoc with the nice way we've arranged life to fall in place. — Sue Monk Kidd
Scene Sayings By Nathalie Emmanuel: I've done a nude scene and I felt it was appropriate to the storyline and I've done a nude scene and I felt it was appropriate to the storyline and I thought it was done in a respectful way and I felt comfortable doing it. But there are obviously going to be scenarios - not necessarily in this job, but in other jobs to come - where the question will be posed to me 'Will I want to do nude scenes?' and I would have to consider that as its own thing. And not just something to say yes to because I have done so before. It really is circumstantial. — Nathalie Emmanuel
Scene Sayings By John Clare: Now musing o'er the changing scene Farmers behind the tavern screen Collect; with elbows idly Now musing o'er the changing scene Farmers behind the tavern screen Collect; with elbows idly press'd On hob, reclines the corner's guest, Reading the news to mark again The bankrupt lists or price of grain. Puffing the while his red-tipt pipe He dreams o'er troubles nearly ripe, Yet, winter's leisure to regale, Hopes better times, and sips his ale. — John Clare
Scene Sayings By Frances Hardinge: Just for a moment it reminded not-Triss of drawings she had seen in magazines and Just for a moment it reminded not-Triss of drawings she had seen in magazines and on book jackets, of pastel-colored parties where languid, fashionable women slunk and posed, slim and elegant as fish, and gentlemen passed them flutes of fat-bubbled champagne.
The impression did not last long, however. The scene around her was too jarringly and robustly real. The accents were all too Ellchester, and some of the girls had knobbly ankles. — Frances Hardinge
Scene Sayings By Richard Melo: A man typically lights a scene too much, because it makes no matter what you A man typically lights a scene too much, because it makes no matter what you show, a man always wants to see more. A woman understands darkness and shadows — Richard Melo
Scene Sayings By John Tesh: Really, at a time when they're debating when and where a nativity scene can be Really, at a time when they're debating when and where a nativity scene can be used, this is the kind of stuff we need to have out there - outside of the church. — John Tesh
Scene Sayings By Drew Bledsoe: We started seven years ago and finally released our first vintage in March. It's an We started seven years ago and finally released our first vintage in March. It's an '07 vintage from Walla Walla, which is my old hometown. It also happens to be a world-class wine region that's just exploding on the scene right now. — Drew Bledsoe
Scene Sayings By Andrew J. West: I have had the opportunity to work with Andy Lincoln a lot. He's got a I have had the opportunity to work with Andy Lincoln a lot. He's got a remarkable process. He just has these ways of sinking into the scene and into character that are very physical. He'll make these sounds and these grunts and these moans ... I don't know what it is that he's channeling! It lets you know it's okay for you to do that, too. — Andrew J. West
Scene Sayings By Joseph Goebbels: If the day should ever come when we must go, if some day we are If the day should ever come when we must go, if some day we are compelled to leave the scene of history, we will slam the door so hard that the universe will shake and mankind will stand back in stupefaction.. — Joseph Goebbels
Scene Sayings By Joel Kinnaman: What I enjoy most with acting is when it's a good scene with one or What I enjoy most with acting is when it's a good scene with one or two other actors, and you feel a strong connection, and you don't know how you're going to respond, and everybody is listening to each other and getting affected by each other, and even though you've rehearsed it many times, it feels like it's happening right now. — Joel Kinnaman
Scene Sayings By Kim Harrison: You need me, just whistle," he said as he arranged his ball cap over his You need me, just whistle," he said as he arranged his ball cap over his eyes against the sun leaking through the frost-emptied branches. "You're not coming?" Lifting the brim of his cap, he eyed me, "You want me to?" he asked blandly. "Not really, no." He dropped the brim and laced his hands over his middle. "Then why are you bitching? It's a crime scene, not a grocery store. — Kim Harrison
Scene Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: I knew I would replay the scene countless times in the years before me, each I knew I would replay the scene countless times in the years before me, each time thinking of different things I should have said and done.
But all I did was walk away without looking back. — Lisa Kleypas
Scene Sayings By Chuck Wendig: Writers and actors have some creative ground in common, and so when you're writing a Writers and actors have some creative ground in common, and so when you're writing a scene and hoping to convey a mood it's not the worst idea to try to put that mood into your headspace -- feel it, if only a little. I'm not saying you have to kill a kitten or punch your mother to feel something -- I just mean, stir up the memory of certain emotions if not the emotion itself. Same way an actor might think about a sad moment to conjure tears on-camera. 23. — Chuck Wendig
Scene Sayings By Alex Borstein: I have always been a HUGE Star Wars fan since I was like 5 years I have always been a HUGE Star Wars fan since I was like 5 years old. Most of us in the writers room at Family Guy were big nerds growing up and could recite almost any scene from Star Wars. — Alex Borstein
Scene Sayings By J.V. Cunningham: Naked I came, naked I leave the scene Naked I came, naked I leave the sceneJ.V. Cunningham
Scene Sayings By Andrea Speed: Yeah, that would be awesome. Me loaded and trying very hard not to make a 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. — Andrea Speed
Scene Sayings By Kevin Costner: I've been around where I knew other actors were going to steal the scene, and I've been around where I knew other actors were going to steal the scene, and I don't compete with them. — Kevin Costner
Scene Sayings By Lydia Millet: I have always wished the present to resemble memory: because the present can be flat I have always wished the present to resemble memory: because the present can be flat at times, and bald as a road. But memory is never like that. It makes hills of feeling in collapsed hours, a scene of enclosure made all precious by its frame. — Lydia Millet
Scene Sayings By J.D. Robb: Darling Eve!"The Irish was a bit more ripe in the voice, and no, the eyes Darling Eve!"
The Irish was a bit more ripe in the voice, and no, the eyes not as stunningly blue. But Julian Cross hit the gorgeous mark, and moved well.
In fact he moved straight to Eve, yanked her into a quick, hard kiss, with a hint of tongue.
"Hey!"
"I couldn't help it." The not-quite-blue-enough eyes twinkled at her. "I feel like we're close."
"Think that again and they'll have to write a fat lip into your next scene." She caught Roarke, eyes narrowed, across the room. "And possibly a broken jaw. — J.D. Robb