Julia Roberts: «If everyone stops for a minute and remembers all that he has…»
«I try to say very little, because in the long run I get bored very quickly from myself».
«It is believed that fame is something like a leprosy disease. You suddenly realize that you can not be shown in public, go to ordinary places and generally do what you are used to. But if you spit on it, then gradually you will realize that it is not at all necessary to sacrifice your freedom».
«I’m too tall to be considered a girl. I do not have enough outfits to be a lady, and I would never call myself a woman. I’m somewhere between aunt and calf».
«Unlike most stars, I never wear such dresses, through which, if desired, you can read a newspaper. I dress like an ordinary person».
«I will never be stripped nude. Showing in front of the audience in clothes – this is an artistic performance, seeming naked is a documentary movie. Besides, I do not want my algebra teacher to know what my priest looks like».
«I have an interesting job: they dress me up like a doll, and then funny men paint my lips and tell me different good things».
«True love does not come from nowhere. It must be inside you».
«I believe that the older a woman becomes, the more the inner world reflects on her face, and all this happens very individually».
«The older you become, the more you feel how fragile life is. It is a great incentive to rejoice in the new day every morning».
«If every person stops for a minute and remembers all that he has in the life of good, then all people will be happy».