Staged Quotes


For every rockabilly festival staged here there are 10 held overseas.

I like to be real. I don't like things to be staged or fussy.

The text loses its virginity simply by being staged: it's no longer the abstract ideal version; it's an event.

The news is staged anticipated reported analyzed until all interest is wrung from it and abandoned for some new novelty.

In 2001 Katie Couric told 'Today Show' audiences that 7 percent of Americans doubt the moon landing happened - that it was staged in the Nevada desert.

When I staged the play and narrated my story to the audience people found it amazing that after facing so many hardships I have gone on to do 482 films.

I never staged a coup. They picked me up. Like I say they forced me to become premier maybe hoping that by that way they send me to the electric chair.

And I sense it was a rather constructed almost half narrative fiction film in some ways. A lot of it was staged and manipulated to get those things in there that I knew to be strong.

There's nothing worse than a poorly staged house.

The world is a drama staged in a dream

When you realize that everything is staged then nothing is staged.

I have always staged my fears as a way to transcend them.

Nothing is staged. And nothing is already there. Everything is transformed through the camera.

Nothing is staged exactly as it was because I can't remember - and I consider that an advantage.

Thousands of legal and illegal immigrants staged what they called a Day Without Immigrants. Or as it's known in Utah Monday.

I believe reality is a marvelous joke staged for my edification and amusement and everybody is working very hard to make me happy.

Men play at tragedy because they do not believe in the reality of the tragedy which is actually being staged in the civilised world

The weaker the partner is viewed by the Muslims then the greater the anger which they express. And this anger is often carefully staged.

Since films and television have staged everything imaginable before it happens a true event taking place in the real world brings to mind the landscape of films.

The civil war in Rwanda and other ethnic massacres were an integral part of US foreign policy carefully staged in accordance with precise strategic and economic objectives.

Suicide is the role you write for yourself. You inhabit it and you enact it. All carefully staged -- where they will find you and how they will find you. But one performance only.

The debate's over. The people who dispute the international consensus on global warming are in the same category now with the people who think the moon landing was staged on a movie lot in Arizona.