“Acting came from me being depressed. I was a gymnast and swimmer until 13. Then I gave sports up and started naval gazing. I needed something to keep me afloat, so my parents suggested acting classes. I took them and a very encouraging teacher suggested I could make a career out of it. As soon as that happened, I felt some kind of purpose.”
I need to feel like I’m doing some kind of good. It sounds cheesy, I know, but I feel like I have a really big guilt complex and that if I’m not doing any kind of good then there’s no real reason for being.
She can do anything, you know. She’s magic.
“He screams, and there’s nothing. No one rescues him. He gets held very tightly by someone he loves, and I think that’s what Ishiguro is trying to say: We have very short time here, and love as much as you can, and love as many people as you can. Hold on to the people who mean something. I think that’s a microcosm of what he’s talking about. It’s very simplistic. People say it’s much deeper or richer than that, but if you wanted to sum it up, you could probably sum it up in that way.” - Andrew Garfield
Do you have any idea what you really are?
It probably was a diversity thing.
Andrew and Emma on Teen Vogue, July 2012
Emma S. & Andrew G. | ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Berlin Premiere [20.06.2012]
But those are the best kind