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Age Alone Christmas Communication Freedom Home Hope Knowledge Marriage Movies Politics Sad War Wedding

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Mira Nair has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, alone, christmas, communication, freedom, home, hope, knowledge, marriage, movies, politics, sad, war & wedding. People always share Age quotes, Alone quotes, christmas, communication, freedom, home, hope, knowledge, marriage & movies from his literary works.

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  • It's only at this age that I can say the word 'art' without flinching.
  • Christmas lights may be the loneliest thing for me, especially if you mix them up with reindeers and sleighs. I feel alone. I feel isolated. I feel I do not belong.
  • We have to realize only in communication, in real knowledge, in real reaching out, can there be an understanding that there's humanity everywhere, and that's what I'm trying to do.
  • Creative freedom is an imperative for me, but it doesn't really exist in a Hollywood game.
  • I am at home in many cultures. I live actively in three continents and I've done that for most of my life, so I just make films as I see the world, and that happens to speak to people. I do things that I want to do.
  • New York City is home to so many people from so many places and the uniqueness of it is that you never feel a foreigner. English is almost hardly ever heard in the subway. In fact, it's weird.
  • We have three generations at home, including my father-in-law. I keep a very low profile, and a lot of things I do are very much with the family in mind. I have actually made films with the family around me.
  • I think films have to reach people and really grab them. That's what I hope to do when I make a film - to get under your skin and really make you think about something, and have a transporting time that takes you somewhere.
  • Marriage of attraction is a gamble anyway, so you might as well marry into a family that is similar to your own, and make that much less of an adjustment. But the 'love marriage', as it is called, is equally common in India now. But it would be interesting to do a comparison of what would work better. Marriage is hard work, and it is a gamble.
  • I often begin movies with music in my head it's a very important dimension to me. Not just the music itself, but how to use music in film: when and how and subtlety. I don't like to be too sweet in my stories, and I like the abrasive clang, the contrasting of sounds and cultures.
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