"Visual" Sayings and Quotes
When I was really young, I was convinced I wanted to be a visual artist. I would paint and draw and make crafts.
When I'm working on the scripts or working with the other actors or rehearsing with the director, and when the director is cutting the movie, and we've shot the scene, the director is not looking at the visual effects.
If the reader doesn't care or relate to the characters, all that visual spectacle is pretty but feels empty.
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I've always felt as much outside the Jewish experience as in it. It astonished my family that I wrote about things Jewish.
I don't want to just do what people classify as 'neo-soul' 'cause everybody don't listen to neo-soul. I want to make music for everybody. I'm always trying to incorporate new elements into what I do.
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We'll never change the fact that we are hardcore hip-hop and we make rebellious hip-hop music, and we're going to keep doing that and progress with our production, progress with our lyrical styles, be creative, and just have fun with it.