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#1. The female struggle implies the black struggle, it implies the struggle with anti-Semitism, it implies all of the other struggles. That is the only possible way to think about human liberation. - Author: Sally Potter
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#2. I've always traveled with the films because I want the audience to be my teacher so that I can learn for the next one. - Author: Sally Potter
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#3. I am not interested in making didactic polemical statements. That is not the way I want to make films. There is a place for polemics, but I don't think that it is in fictional cinema. Fictional cinema works subtly and deeply. - Author: Sally Potter
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#4. To me there is an intimate relationship between austerity and more lush aesthetics. They're two faces of the same coin. - Author: Sally Potter
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#5. A narrative thread gives people permission to think about other things whilst being carried by its flow. It does not mean that one has to compromise one's vision, or question formal concerns. It's just being more subtle and clever by having one accessible thread. - Author: Sally Potter
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#6. As the director, you have to hold in your head the widest possible vision. Not just the idea and the story, but the conceptual content. But at the same time, you have to consider the tiniest, tiniest detail. - Author: Sally Potter
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#7. I think yes is the most beautiful and necessary word in the English language. - Author: Sally Potter
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#8. My writing method is to sit in a very small hut absolutely alone. I write in total solitude. And I write on paper, on hand, and then it gets typed. Normal for me. - Author: Sally Potter
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#9. I think that the word feminism doesn't imply enough in terms of solidarity with other liberation struggles. I am firmly committed to the notion that no one group can be freed until all groups are freed. - Author: Sally Potter
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