Le News Di Kim Basinger





  1. In that film and I Dreamed of Africa, I was able to submerge myself into the work and we were all there for the same reason: To try to do the best we can, do a great piece of work and not take it all so seriously.
  2. One realizes how we take water for granted and how important it is to have it in order to stay alive. Beyond the drinking of it, let's not forget the hygiene. .
  3. She just came out of left field because Altman really didn't know who Kitty Potter was. And I don't think he even knew who she was at the end of the shoot. I sure as hell didn't know who she was, and I really did not know what this movie was about. 
  4. The governor of California, Pete Wilson, recently signed a bill offering protection to diseased and crippled farm animals. We worked very hard to get this act, the first of its kind in the country.
  5. The media paint ugly pictures about you.
  6. Time should change traditions.
  7. To form another person's opinion, you are its mirror, and to raise a halfway decent human being on this planet is a pretty hard job in this day and age.
  8. We can't comment about that yet, but I can tell you one thing about Altman: I trust him. I trust that he knows what's real. That was my whole take on him when I worked with him for the first time on Fool for Love.
  9. Well, I'm not very comfortable with looking at myself in the mirror before I do a scene, anyway. It really throws me. 
  10. When you work with Adrian it's a love-hate thing. You hate him because he wants you to do this, and you love him when it all goes well.
  11. You lose your anonymity just like a helium balloon with a string. Therefore peopleare going to have their own opinion and they're going to write in whatever clever manner they desire.
  12. I work in a strange business, and trust is a word that's not even in the vocabulary. 
  13. We've been through a lot, my daughter and I, but she has given so many gifts to shy old me and helped me overcome my fears.
  14. My hands were shaking. I was sweating so profusely, I could not move. I made it to my car and remember getting the keys in the ignition, cranking the car up, taking the back roads to my home and parking. I didn't leave the house for six months.
  15. When I came to Hollywood, I could wear a bikini, but I was in misery because people were looking at me. So I wore baggy clothes and watched other girls get the big parts and awards. I used to go home and play piano and scream at night to let out my frustrations. And this led to my agoraphobia.
  16. Fear has been something I've lived with my entire life, the fear of being in public places - which led to anxiety or panic attacks," she says. "I stayed in my house and literally cried every day.
  17. After all the years I've been in Hollywood, I still don't know a lot of the directors and producers who are working today
  18. And ever since I've been totally against carriage horses. I'd rather talk about that than about how I am perceived in ways that have not an iota of truth.
  19. Blake Edwards taught me something. He loves slapstick; I got to be crazy in his films... I got to fall down, get up, and he loves all that, and I knew that I could do that by early on. He was sort of my teacher. He let me do that.
  20. Children need to grow up and make their own decisions - how they want to pierce their bodies or do whatever they need to.
  21. Eminem is very cool. This is a very intense ride and we had to go to some raw places, some very hard places with this script. It was hard. It was tough.
  22. I got to sing, and that is my truest love of all, that and writing.
  23. I have to get through all these tears about animals, though, so I can do something about it. Animals don't need your tears; they need your help.
  24. I just didn't want to waste my time, I wanted to have fun and didn't want to work with people with big egos again, if they don't check them at the door.
  25. I liked the fact that I didn't have to worry about being brought up for cheating, but it was kind of a pain to turn it into the Web site.
  26. I remember that Jack Lemmon, who is one of my favorite actors of all time, says that the day he stops being nervous is the day he should leave the business.
  27. I think the first fashion show I ever went to in my life was when Armani flew me to Milan. And that was two years ago.
  28. I try not to be too judgmental of others, even though I would love to think that the definition of the word animal will change somehow before I leave this planet.
  29. I'm a much different voice than I have been for myself. When I go there, I can be very strong.
  30. I'm not a real social person - I'm shy - and a lot of the business is just social.
  31. I've learned about journalists and how they do salt and pepper things; I think it makes the copy funny.
  32. She just came out of left field because Altman really didn't know who Kitty Potter was. And I don't think he even knew who she was at the end of the shoot. I sure as hell didn't know who she was, and I really did not know what this movie was about.
  33. We can't comment about that yet, but I can tell you one thing about Altman: I trust him. I trust that he knows what's real. That was my whole take on him when I worked with him for the first time on Fool for Love.
  34. Above all, we wish to avoid having a dissatisfied customer. We consider our customers a part of our organization, and we want them to feel free to make any criticism they see fit in regard to our merchandise or service. Sell practical, tested merchandise at reasonable profit, treat your customers like human beings - and they will always come back.