“I think businesspeople are like every other type of character — they come in all varieties. And “Working Girl” depended on the glass ceiling for women, and what a pleasure it was to see someone break through. And it was funny.” - Harrison Ford; 2013
“I think of Alexander and Dakota as my children. Dakota was four or five years old when I got to that house, and Alexander was 8. I haven’t changed diapers to Dakota by miracle, but I held her in my arms around the world. And I have a lot of love for them and they have it for me. And we are in direct contact all the time.”
“He appeared right in front of me, and he wasn’t a demon… but what looked like a human. As if he’d been yanked from before into the present unchanged. I gazed at him and for a second… I forgot to kill him.”
“The woman in the photograph looks at us like she wants us to come closer. But we don’t. She teases us, almost like she’s daring us, but what is the dare? Is it to touch her? She looks like she knows we’re scared, but what’s so scary about this beautiful woman? What’s so scary about getting close to someone? Because we don’t quite know the answer to any of these questions, the photo haunts us”
Six Feet Under (2001 - 2005)you still remain one of the best television shows ever written.