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Шарлотта Рамплинг


Charlotte RAMPLING

Фотография Шарлотта Рамплинг (photo Charlotte RAMPLING)

День рождения: 05.02.1946 года
Возраст: 72 года
Место рождения: Эсекс, Великобритания

Quotes of Charlotte RAMPLING

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  • ⋅A film based on a jolly good John Grisham book is fine, but I like to get a bit under the skin. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅A lot of young actors will do a scene and then run off and look at themselves. I don't believe in that at all. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅Acting came, sort of, out of the blue. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅And then I was in Signs And Wonders, and played Miss Havisham in Great Expectations. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅But I'm in a sense fearless when I'm doing things. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅But my training is instinctive and it's my training, it's what I've taught myself as I've gone along as to how to get the effect that I want. /Charlotte RAMPLING
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  • ⋅Certainly, with George Devine, I learnt stillness, I learnt actually that movement wasn't necessary and you could convey all - we worked a lot with masks - through being still. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅Could be a little mouse inside my own home, but once I'm on a set - that's what I do, that's what I feel makes me move on: going out without a net. I have no fear of real things - I'm terrified of all the rest - but I don't know reality, because I've always lived somehow marginal with reality. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅Doing cinema is not about watching yourself. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅European films were what it was about for me - the sensations I needed, the depth, the storytelling, the characters, the directors, and the freedom that you can't really find in American films. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅French women have been made beautiful by the French people - they're very aware of their bodies, the way they move and speak, they're very confident of their sexuality. French society's made them like that. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I am fascinated by the whole process of what it's like to be alive, whether it's unbelievably uncomfortable and horrible or whether it's quite nice. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I can occupy myself quite easily with what's going on inside me. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I decided a long time ago that it's easier to spontaneously say what you think. Quite often you can get to know yourself a bit. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I did that film just so I could kiss Robert Redford. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I don't think people have not thought of me; that hasn't been the problem. They might've had difficulty putting me in things, because I was rather an odd character; not quite a conventional actress. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅The process of filmmaking is very musical, you get into the rhythm and the rhythmics of how someone is, especially with Woody Allen who is very much into body language and body movement. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅To grieve is something extremely difficult, we don't even know how to begin to grieve, and I don't know how you can be taught to grieve. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅You can never really judge your work because once it's done, it's done. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅You cannot watch yourself dispassionately. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I'd had a French education for three years, my father being in the army. From 9 to 12, I went to French school. I've been sort of part of the culture, part of the geography, since I was quite young - the imprint was there. And I loved it. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅I felt very special in Paris, more special than I felt in London. I love London for different reasons. I've always been close to London, being English. But somehow there's something special about living as an Englishwoman in Paris. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅The '60s in London obviously brought about the explosion of music, the Beatles especially, and then the Rolling Stones and other forms of music, and then fashion and photography and films - kitchen-sink dramas we called them at that time, which was our nouvelle vague in Britain, films that talk about real life. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅Cinema d'auteur, cinema about people, about emotions. About la difficultГ© d'ГЄtre, the difficulty of being, existential problems. That's what the nouvelle vague is. The early '60s was all about that. /Charlotte RAMPLING
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  • ⋅When I moved to Paris in the '70s, there wasn't very much going on in film in England. So when I started doing French films, there was a natural movement toward the kind of films I wanted to do. It wasn't the reason I came, but it so happened that I stepped into a time and place that actually corresponded to what I wanted. That sometimes happens in life. And it was rather beautiful. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅When I take on something , I take the whole thing on.It's not even a question of separating "Oh, am I going to be naked" I go with my whole person. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅What beauty brings is huge. It brings great privilege, great power and potential to do many things. If you are beautiful, doors open for you; people smile at you; you are accepted in places where others aren't. So the relationship that people have with beauty, in a sense, is almost deforming. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅Because one has the animal instinct to seek out the people that suits one - you see people that go on life's journeys and get muddled along the way. If you look at their lives they've always gone with the wrong people... can you say it's the wrong people - I don't know... /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅You don't need the painful memories, because either you've resolved them. Denying always makes them want to come back. Denial is a mechanism that doesn't work. But allowing them to come back in little by little, those memories, you can begin to be quite comfortable with them, and it's even nice to have that as part of the map of your life. /Charlotte RAMPLING
  • ⋅By trying to control everything we become very neurotic, more and more desperate. It's a huge tragic thing. /Charlotte RAMPLING
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