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Ethan Hawke has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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  • If my kids are doing well, then my life is going pretty well. And if my kids aren't doing well, it doesn't matter how the other elements of my life are. It's kind of amazing to have a context like that. This is really wonderful.
  • In New York, you've got Donald Trump, Woody Allen, a crack addict and a regular Joe, and they're all on the same subway car.
  • It was never in my dreams to make my personal life anybody else's business.
  • At every turn, when humanity is asked the question, 'Do you want temporary economic gain or long-term environmental loss, which one do you prefer,' we invariably choose the money.
  • I've had a lot of experience in independent film, and about how to choose. You've got to be very discerning about where you put your five bucks, and where you cut and what you don't cut.
  • The biggest problem in my life is trying to be the kind of man that I want to be, the father that I want to be, and how to process the failure of my marriage.
  • I'd be lying if I said I had confidence in every choice I've made, that I have faith in every film I do on every shot.
  • I met a lot of famous people when I was about 24. And none of them seemed very appealing. And so I didn't know why I would struggle to be that kind of person.
  • I think that as soon as you think of yourself as a famous person or anything like that, you're objectifying yourself in some weird way.
  • We live in a funny time. If you don't go corporate, you can't compete. You're relegated as irrelevant. People used to admire that.
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