John Patrick Shanley Quote
“When I finally went to Ireland, I had to go. It was 1993. My father was finally too old to travel alone, and he asked me to take him home. When an old man asks you to take him home, you have to do it.”
Other languages for this quote
Fui costretto ad andare in Irlanda. Era il 1993 e mio padre era troppo vecchio per viaggiare da solo, così mi chiese di accompagnarlo a casa. Quando un vecchio ti chiedo una cosa del genere, non puoi rifiutarti.
“- Ed Bloom - Senior: Havin' a kidchanges everything. There's burping, the midnightfeeding, and the changing.
- Will Bloom: You do any of that?
- Ed Bloom - Senior: No. But I hear it's terrible. Then you spend years trying to corrupt and mislead this child, fill his head with nonsense, and still it turns out perfectly fine.”
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“What is your duty to a country? Do you follow it blindly? Or do you challenge your country to be better and stand up to the ideals that all men are created equal and everyone deserves equity, not just equality?”