My affection for CinemaScope initially was my affection for the horizontal line as I learned it from having been apprenticed to an architect who was someone named Frank Lloyd Wright.— Nicholas Ray
The most useful Nicholas Ray quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual
In the theatre, words are eighty to eighty-five percent of the importance of what is happening to you for your comprehension. In film, words are about twenty percent. It's a different figure, but it's almost an opposite ratio. For the words are only a little bit of embroidery, a little bit of lacework.
The imagination is a pretty precious source of protection.
As a human being, Joan Crawford is a great actress.
Film recognizes neither time nor space, only the limits of man's imagination