Words matter. These are the best Different Worlds Quotes from famous people such as KiKi Layne, Jean-Michel Jarre, Riz Ahmed, Gwen Stefani, Carly Chaikin, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We all live in different worlds and situations, so what’s the issue with representing that on screen?
I was always interested in mixing experimentation with pop music, and Brian Eno, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream – we were all doing it at the same time, just very isolated from each other, all in our different cellars, in different worlds, without the Internet – underground in every sense.
In terms of negotiating a career – I’ve always grown up being an insider and an outsider to different worlds, across different classes and cultures, so I have always naturally liked making films or music that puts things in unexpected places.
Being a singer is all about me. About ego. Being a mom is all about being selfless – two different worlds.
I’ve been so lucky to be able to go into such different worlds from my own, and that’s what makes my job so fun. I just want to continue doing that.
When I went to Moscow, I felt I was relearning Swan Lake – which was written for the Bolshoi – and being immersed in a tradition and history I had never experienced. It took a while to adjust to living there and learning the language, but now I have lots of friends. I get the best of two completely different worlds.
‘One Day’ is definitely heartbreaking in a few ways, but one of the main ways is that my character and Jim Sturgess’s character are just people from two different worlds who love each other in so many ways and can’t quite seem to get it together.
I’m a big guy: I look like a linebacker, you know? But no one cares, really, that I’m educated. I have a copy of ‘Fire Next Time’ by James Baldwin in my bag. I have an Ibsen play in there, too. I have to walk through this world with that duality all the time, that I live in two different worlds.
I think me and Macklemore exist in two different worlds.
Most of my good friends are my friends from high school or childhood, and they’re not actors – they have 9-to-5 jobs. But I’ve obviously, over time, developed friendships with actors. It’s two completely different worlds.
Fashion is really a place where every other industry connects, whether it’s music or acting. At the end of the day, everyone is going to walk the red carpet and be interested in the fashion side of it. I think that’s really cool because as a model, you get to connect with a lot of different worlds.
Like every writer, I’m drawn by unlikely juxtapositions, precisely-dated and once-only collisions between people from different worlds.
The more tools we have directors and cinematographers will be able to express more and create different worlds and feelings. It’s like having more instruments in an orchestra.
It’s a failure of imagination if you can only write what you know – we have to be able to imagine different worlds.
In D&D, you’re only in that fantasy world. But with GURPS, you can, like, play a game that’s Los Angeles film noir, or a game where the premise is you are world-jumpers, and you can go to different worlds.
Growing up, I’ve always felt I was from two different worlds. I was born in the U.S., but my parents were born in Vietnam, and they raised my sisters and I with the parenting methods of the Vietnamese culture.
It’s no longer possible to think of the physical and digital as two different worlds.
I like to jump into different worlds. I’m attracted to the emotional rollercoaster of acting. Now I’ve been doing it for so many years, I must rather enjoy it.
After ‘Sin Nombre,’ I just needed to take a break to go to completely different worlds.
There are so many different worlds in Long Island. That’s why it’s so fascinating. Between Great Neck and Montauk, there are 10,000 worlds.
All the privileged can travel, see different worlds; not everyone can. I think it is important for people to have an interesting locale nearby.
I mean I think children love the idea that there are different viewpoints and different words for things and different worlds. And the more that they pretend to be other people, the harder it is for them to hate them and misunderstand them when they grow up.
Potentially, you do inhabit different worlds. And while there are no specific roles I’m burning to play, as far as acting in the future goes, I’d really like to have done searing work.
When I was small, I was always thinking about different worlds in my head.
The computer offers another kind of creativity. You cannot ignore the creativity that computer technology can bring. But you need to be able to move between those two different worlds.
The fight game and the commentary game are two different worlds.
Politics and ethics belong to different worlds.
Any child may go through periods during which they become less outspoken with their parents or teachers. But girls, like boys, live in many different worlds – they have their friends and their classroom and their parents – and within these different domains, they may have different levels of expressiveness.
I feel like I’m bipolar. I have my different moods and that. That’s why my music exists in so many different worlds – this moment I’m feeling all raw, this moment I’m wanting to talk to a girl, the next moment I’m wanting to talk about spirit and be deep. Then I’m back to being angry.
There’s a big mistake that people make with history, which is to think that people in the past were just like us, but wearing crinolines. They lived in different worlds.
I think what’s so interesting for me is the different roles that I play. I love doing the research, and I love – I feel fortunate in the sense that I get to explore many different worlds, of things that I may not really get to learn a lot about.
People don’t listen to one radio station. On iTunes you can mix different worlds and bring country and pop and folk and live music together with a mass audience. I could have sung ‘Easy’ in a country way but I just sang it how I sing. I think it’s a really nice blend.
I am a very spread out type of director as I just love working in all of these different worlds; I go from commercials to music videos to art projects.
In an ideal world, I would constantly be doing different characters in different worlds.
I want to do a lot of different things and dive into different worlds.
I look for roles that allow me to immerse in different worlds, immerse in worlds that are different from mine. Then, when you finish a film, you’re a different person. I look for that. I look to be impacted, to be transformed, changed by my roles. That’s why I do this.
It’s always the case that the minority has to navigate two different worlds. Women have to know how to live in a man’s world. Gay people have to know how to live in a straight world. Black people gotta know how to live in a predominantly white world.
I’m committed to sign in everything I communicate, but I also speak. I still believe that I reach more people when I do that. I bridge two different cultures and two different worlds, and I think that bridge still needs work.
I discovered that the people of the North are different and there’s no way you can make a person from the North similar to a Southerner. They’re two different worlds.
It was two different worlds: my world – cricket, the dressing room and the lads. And then family. Even when they travelled with me, it wasn’t always easy to bridge the gap.