Peter Mullan Quotes and its meanings
Peter Mullan quotes about Dad
Peter Mullan quotes about Death
Peter Mullan quotes about Imagination
Peter Mullan quotes about Movies
Peter Mullan quotes about Politics
Peter Mullan quotes about Positive
Peter Mullan quotes about Science
Peter Mullan quotes about Smile
Peter Mullan quotes about Society
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- As a dad I'm emotionally dedicated but I'm not 'figuring out their life plans'. But of course as I'm telling them about the rights of wrongs I'm thinking back to what I was like at their age.
- There are some people who walk into a room and they oxygenate it, by their very being there's fresh air. Then there are those who come in with the smell of death and they suck the life out.
- You have to just go with your imagination, where your instinct takes you.
- Part of the reason why movie bosses are so obsessed with crime movies is because they know that world and the criminals. And that's what they are - they would not hesitate to act illegally to achieve profit and gain.
- Truth is I don't think God on a daily basis. I think politics, science.
- There's no such thing as an actor giving positive criticism to a director. The minute you say 'Don't you think it would look nicer...', that director's going to hate your guts. Particularly if it's a good idea.
- I know virtually no one of my age who can remember a hug, or a smile from their father, or a 'Let's go play football.'
- Watching people just look out for themselves, I think, is extremely interesting. It goes right back to something like 'The Beggar's Opera' - the underbelly of society, how it operates, and how that reflects their so-called betters.