Brady Corbet Best Quotes

Brady James Monson Corbet is an American actor. Corbet is known for playing Mason Freeland in the film Thirteen, Brian Lackey in the film Mysterious Skin, Alan Tracy in the 2004 film Thunderbirds, and Peter in the 2008 film Funny Games. Enjoy Brady Corbet’s best quotes below.

“I realized that work doesn’t beget work. Good work begets work. So I got a lot more patient and stopped worrying about working all the time.”
“I was watching Orson Welles and Jean Vigo films at a ridiculously young age.”
“Fame is one of the potential hazards of this job, but I really just want to make movies. I want to be respected, sure. Who doesn’t? But famous-famous? I just don’t care about it. And if you genuinely don’t give a damn about that stuff, you really are free.”
“I’m really bad at tests of any kind, so I’m bad at auditions. I consider myself educated most of the time, but when I’m under the gun, I just fail.”
“After working for a while, I realized that acting was only satisfying about 30 percent of what interested me about the filmmaking process. Somewhere around age seventeen, I started to realize that if I’m very particular about the people I work with, then I can have the best sort of master class possible.”
“I don’t think that there’s anything that we shouldn’t be allowed to photograph, really, unless there’s something that’s really deeply harmful to the subject in the photograph.”
“I know that I’m very comfortable with my body. I’m not in insane shape or anything. I run, but I’m not a gym guy or anything. I wish I had washboard abs, but I don’t.”
“It’s only the filmmaker. The script is really, really second. And there’s a huge gap between filmmaker and script for me. I almost don’t care about the story that they’re telling; I really only care about who wants to tell it.”

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