Sally Hawkins quotes
“I sort of fall in love with every character I do; you have to understand how they became what they've become, whether they're the ugly kind or the very beautiful kinds of characters.”
“You can't be a woman and not be a feminist, I don't think. If you care about the world and the world you exist in and your rights.”
“You think that adulthood will hit and you'll suddenly be more capable. But that doesn't happen, ever, does it?”
“Being in nature is very important to me. I'm not a glamour puss.”
“I'm quite an optimist, quite happy in life, quite smiley.”
“I'm not very well known. However, the more well known you get, the more people are going to have expectations of you. Although that's great, it also imposes certain pressures.”
“You only do good work when you're taking risks and pushing yourself.”
“I love disappearing. That's what acting is. For me it's about putting on a persona, stepping into a pair of shoes. It's my face, but I'm using it as a tool for that spirit, that character.”
“They're everywhere. Battling for dominance.”
“If we do nothing, neither are we.”
“- Giles: Oh! God, to be young and beautiful. If I could go back to when I was 18 - I didn't know anything about anything - I'd give myself a bit of advice.
- Elisa: [in sign language] What would you say?
- Giles: I would say: Take better care of your teeth and fuck, a lot more.”
“- Mary Brown: Not going to let this change us, right?
- Henry Brown: No way, baby!”