“When I play a scene with her, there are always little looks between us which mean ‘what do you think about what’s happening?’ It’s a little as if we have secrets between us. Everything is conveyed by communication beyond words. Perhaps, after all, you could interpret that as love." - David Duchovny about working with Gillian Anderson.
“I think that [Mulder and Scully’s] relationship is defined not by what’s being said, but by what’s being withheld. But it’s absolutely plain that they love each other — in their own way. It’s the best kind of love. It’s unconditional. It’s not based on a physical attraction, but on a shared passion for life and for their quest. These are romantic heroes, romantic heroes in the literary tradition."
Gillian Anderson photographed by Harry Borden.
"I swear to God, every job I’ve ever taken, about three weeks before I begin, I call up my agent and say, ‘I don’t think I can do this. I don’t think I’m right for it. They should call up Jessica Lange. I don’t think I’d be… I can’t do this! I don’t know why they hired me. Why’d they hire me???’”
— Meryl Streep, (IU Auditorium, November 2010)
Audrey Hepburn photographed in Bürgenstock (Switzerland), 1954