The size of a studio film lets you see technology in a way that you wouldn't on an independent film, like the gadgets and the angles and all that.— Juno Temple
The most inspiring Juno Temple quotes that are easy to memorize and remember
I find standard American the hardest.
It really fits in a different place in your mouth. Southern, I find the easiest. If you talk to a dialect coach and you get sort of technical, where an English person keeps their voice in their throat, a Southern person does the same, and it's got the same sort of music to talking.
It's better not to read your reviews.
Just go and do the thing... it would drive you crazy otherwise.
It's important to not be naive about this world and know that it's not necessarily a good place to be.
There are two movies where I keep my clothes on.
My parents will be very proud. They're challenging characters, which I'm excited about.
If people want to criticize a performance, that I understand. I think that's important.
There will always be ways to pay my rent, whether I wind up having to be a waitress on the side or whatever it is, but I think it's so important for me to do things that I'm passionate about.
You don't always have to look in the distance for what's going on over there, when you actually see what's right in front of you.
I hadn't really even been thinking about TV.
To me, it seemed like such a commitment, almost like a marriage.
I'm a private person; I stick to my neighbourhood and eat in my little restaurants.
Daniel Radcliffe is one of the hardest working people I have ever encountered and someone that so loves what he's doing and so eager to learn and is so brilliant at what he does.
I'm so excited to see 'Horns' because it's so many different genres in one film.
It's a sci-fi, it's a love story, it's a horror movie, it's a fairy tale.
When I go home to England, my friends all make fun of me for sounding American.
But, I love making independent films.
I love it! You create a family, and you sweat, you bleed, you cry, you shout, you laugh and you hug. It's such an extraordinary experience, making independent films.
I think its so exciting to try anything you possibly can.
But, I think it's great to be able to work with established directors, and then also first-timers. I feel like you learn from both of them, but then you can go and share your knowledge with each of them. That's really fantastic!
I think seeing films should be interactive.
I'd rather have people see a film that I'm in and either absolutely love it or absolutely hate it, than be like, "Oh, yeah, it was good." That's the worst!
I hope I can keep acting because I love it.
It's like a crazy, addictive rollercoaster... it takes you up and down, up and down, up and down but you just don't want to get off. I just want to keep challenging myself... finding new roles, trying out new things and learning.
When you're first in love with somebody, and it's not true love, it's borderline obsession, it's kind of like an addiction. You switch into this weird, weird part of your mind when you just can't live without that person. And you want to envelop them. You want them flowing through your veins.
It's all about the director for me; we have to click. It's a trust thing. I'll say I'm ready to let down my walls. I'll cry for you as long as you need. But you're going to have to hug me afterwards.
Being a woman is a very powerful thing, I think, and you don't want to abuse that.
I just want to work forever. I absolutely love what I'm doing. I learn all the time from all these amazing artists.
For me, there is safety in playing a woman that is very sexualized and having a woman direct you with that.
You can't really help people until you've helped yourself first.
It's quite quick for me to know if I want to play a character or not.
I think film should be interactive. But at the same time, it's also great to go see a big popcorn movie and be taken to a complete fantasy world.
I think it's important to find projects that evoke people into conversation.
It's like reading a good book. You want to talk about it.
For a woman, body image is always a palpable thing.
Weirdly, for me, the only time I don't care is when I'm in character.
I never want to sell my soul for something I don't believe in.
Because guess what? Somebody somewhere in the world would have believed in that part and should be playing it - who am I to not allow that person that opportunity?
That's the great thing about the 'Sin City' movies.
Each little slot is incredibly meaningful, and each character has their own moment.
On an independent film, you really learn about pace.
You have so little time to do things, that you really have to know your scenes.
I've been really lucky to work with a lot of really great actors, so watching the films back, it's really important to admire the people that you were working with and see their full performance.
You can learn from getting to watch some of your favourite actors and actresses on-set. It's fascinating. It's amazing how professional someone like Eva Green is about work. It's inspiring. In reality, they're human beings who are really good at their job. So, that's really exciting to be around.
My dad, Julien Temple, is unbelievable, so supportive.
He's helped me to make such important decisions and he's so proud. I really admire him... I think he's one of the most talented people in this industry, so to have him be proud of what I'm doing is incredible.
If people want to criticize a performance, that I understand.
I think that's important. What's going on with this industry now is crazy. That obsession with celebrity is madness. I try as hard as I can not to read that stuff. Because most of the time it's a bit... factual. And it's frustrating because it's not about what you're setting out to do as an actor.
You know, I do projects that I really care about. I hope I'll stand by that until the day I die!
I like to leave the movie theater and still be thinking about the film and questioning why the character did that.
I think fame and all that madness, people taking your pictures all the time, drives me insane. It's a catch 22...the more they take pictures of you, the more upset you get by it and the more crazy you look and the more pictures they take of you. I think it's disgusting what's happened with that kind of celebrity culture right now.
Men and women just look at sex in very, very different ways.
What's exciting about watching a movie, when it's finished, is you sometimes you don't recognize yourself, and that's when I'm really proud.
A big thing for me is trusting the director, so I don't need to watch playback.
I feel like the director is gonna tell me whether it's right or not.
I've been involved with some huge studio projects that have been bloody awesome.
It all starts with a great script, doesn't it?
I'm not someone who doesn't want to see the films, but I like to see them as an end product when the whole nuance of the character is put together.
For me, a director is such an important part of thE process.
I really have to trust him. Because then you can kind of let your inhibitions down. You can go anywhere when you trust someone.