Words matter. These are the best Liberating Quotes from famous people such as Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Andrew McCarthy, Colman Domingo, Mark Millar, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I spent a lot of time taking acting lessons… Actors have no inhibitions, and I’m inhibited by everything. To be able to make fun of yourself is a skill and a liberating experience.
I learned with ‘Birdman’ that it’s liberating when you just lose yourself and go after something that terrifies you. The experience was so good.
It was a beautiful experience for her, the experience that she had that she confesses. It wasn’t dirty and it wasn’t horrible and wasn’t shattering. It was a wonderful, liberating experience.
I think writing a solo play was the most liberating thing I ever did.
When you have something that is bothering you, and then you articulate, take the time to really express it and see it clearly, to recognize. To acknowledge that is already a liberating energy.
It’s been the most creatively liberating thing I’ve ever done and so I’m bringing some of that mad enthusiasm to Marvel for the next couple of years as they let me loose on some Marvel Universe titles you’ll be hearing about soon.
It’s quite liberating to get to a certain age, ‘cos you’re not chasing number one hits or trying to be an international superstar. I’ve done all that. I’m not out to prove much more to anyone but myself really, to be an artist and see if there is a new undiscovered music out there for me to make.
I liked theatre because I could hide behind a role I was playing, but now, I just love being on stage. I don’t pretend that I’m anyone else, I just show my full range when I am up there, and it’s very liberating.
Does a bona fide chimichurri have cilantro in it? Who cares? Cooking for your family, unless your family includes Joel Rubouchon, is liberating in that regard.
It was very hard for me to put my life on paper. It was a very intimate process, very psychological, but at the same time liberating. It was like cleaning the closet, like cleaning the house… It was very refreshing.
I actually always had short hair as a kid, and it’s really liberating. I recommend it. It’s just very easy. I don’t have to brush it.
I am very proud of this work because it is more about the meaning of the Easter Rising and its relationship to what this whole century has been about, people liberating themselves, freeing themselves.
I think every character actor at some stage likes to carry a film. It can be extremely liberating to just come in for a scene or two and do your thing. But I find it frustrating if I’m just doing little bits here and there for too long.
Film-making is not liberating. It drains a lot out of you, and it’s fulfilling only temporarily. It’s a very thankless thing at times. When you’re spending all that time on a film, you don’t want 40,000 people to see it – it’s just not enough. You dream of more.
I think there are some instances where U.S. security is threatened by rogue regimes, by foreign dictators, and there are some instances where liberating nations helps to restore our security.
I don’t know that Michael J Fox had done anything prior to that ‘Curb’ episode where he got to comically play up the whole subject of his Parkinson’s. There must have been something very liberating in doing that.
One of the things that I love about voiceover is that it’s a situation where – because you’re not encumbered by being seen – it’s liberating. You’re able to make broad choices that you would never make if you were on camera.
To be able to pretend to be something that I’m frankly not is very liberating and exciting.
Feminism should be about liberating women, all women, even Republican women, to be their true selves.
I’m not saying that people have to listen to rock music. It’s a great, cool thing and it can really be liberating for a lot of people but, hey, so can Charles Dickens so I’m not going to judge.
There are many situations in life where we don’t think while behaving in a certain way. Then there are instances which leads to the realization that maybe this is happening because you had behaved in a certain way. This thought at times is self liberating, according to me.
Cage’s Music of Changes was a further indication that the arts in general were beginning to consciously deal with the ‘given’ material and, to varying degrees, liberating them from the inherited, functional concepts of control.
There is something liberating and defiant about going on stage and saying you are 36 and 13 stone.
Standing up for what you believe in and being honest, telling the truth are all very liberating things.
It’s always liberating to feel like I’m changing my hair and know that my fans are supporting that. I like to feel like I’m really expressing myself, and when people embrace it, it feels like an authentic connection.
Making independent films is liberating. It eliminates self-censorship, which mainstream films are infected with due to commercial priorities.
Although there is a beast in all of us, we don’t show it often. But it is very liberating to be that angry at times. Given a chance, I’m sure people would like to go on a rampage and break everything.
There’s something very, very liberating about Harley Quinn. Much more so than a character like Catwoman or Poison Ivy. Those are great characters. But then again, those characters are more of the femme fatale and the temptress roles.
Creative non-fiction is such a liberating genre because it allows the non-fiction writer, whether he or she be journalist or essayist, to use all of the techniques of the fiction writer and all of the ideas, creative approaches, that fiction writers get a chance to use, but they have to use it in a true story.
There’s nothing more liberating about starting with something that is not written. You pretty much create the history of that character and that character’s life story.
I like horror movies, and in fact I like them even more now after making one. I just think they’re much more liberating because you don’t really have to apply a very strict logic.
‘Truth Will Set U Free’ is about honesty. My philosophic belief that ultimately being true to yourself is liberating, with every individual’s inalienable right to be who they are without fear or recrimination.
The experience of writing under a pseudonym was tremendously liberating; I could write what I wanted.
When I had the idea for ‘Shopaholic’, it was as though a light switched on. I realised I actually wanted to write comedy. No apologies, no trying to be serious, just full-on entertainment. The minute I went with that and threw myself into it, it felt just like writing my first book again – it was really liberating.
In 3-D filmmaking, I can take images and manipulate them infinitely, as opposed to taking still photographs and laying them one after the other. I move things in all directions. It’s such a liberating experience.
I am inspired by Nelson Mandela. I was a volunteer teacher in South Africa during apartheid, where I witnessed his success liberating black South Africans.
I think I do have a good eye. It’s quite liberating, being in a position to read a script and say, ‘No.’ It’s really the only power you have, as an actor.
There is something very strange and unsettling for me about making a work that doesn’t fit with what’s the norm or what’s acceptable. There’s something both liberating about it and challenging. I can imagine it doing more harm than good.
I listen to music, I read scripts, and I know pretty intuitively if I can unlock it in a way. It’s actually very liberating when you understand that not everything is for you.
It’s very liberating for me to realize that I don’t have to step up to the plate with a plot that involves the U.N. Security Council.
I looked at myself and realized I had a lot of boundaries up about what I would talk about, what was private for me and what wasn’t. I decided to just get rid of them. It was quite liberating.
In liberating Iraq, we have rid the nation and the rest of the world from the danger of Saddam Hussein.
I use depth in my visuals even in 2-D, and found that 3-D is actually liberating.
When people like your music because it has vulnerable honesty, and you’re able to comfortably admit to flaws and imperfections, then that’s the most liberating thing about being an artist.
Something that bothered people about ‘Dawson’s Creek’ but as a writer, I kind of dug: writing those kids as though they were college grad students. It was fun and liberating and made for a true sort of writer’s show. It was a fun year for me, because I got to get out of debt with my first TV job, and I learned a ton.
I found it marvelous that the great supporters of America in Europe are, of course, those countries that American consistency and firmness in the Cold War ended up liberating.
I believe, if done correctly, eliminating Saddam and liberating Iraq could be the ‘Normandy Invasion’ or ‘fall of the Berlin Wall’ of our generation… the Iraqi people are eager to be rid of Saddam, and there is equally encouraging evidence that republican principles could thrive there.
I learned with ‘Birdman’ that it’s liberating when you just lose yourself and go after something that terrifies you.
People can inhabit anything. And they can be miserable in anything and ecstatic in anything. More and more I think that architecture has nothing to do with it. Of course, that’s both liberating and alarming.