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I went to my father & said, “I don’t want to go to college. I want to be an actor & go to this school.”...he was very disappointed about my leaving college...Then he gave me this very solemn look & I thought, “Oh my God, I’m really going to get it.” & he said, “That’s a very noble thing to do. Do you know what kind of responsibility that is? You are going to be representing the lives of human beings. You will speak for all the people who have no voice.” - John Cassavetes

I went to my father & said, “I don’t want to go to college. I want to be an actor & go to this school.”...he was very disappointed about my leaving college...Then he gave me this very solemn look & I thought, “Oh my God, I’m really going to get it.” & he said, “That’s a very noble thing to do. Do you know what kind of responsibility that is? You are going to be representing the lives of human beings. You will speak for all the people who have no voice.” - John Cassavetes

Gena Rowland & John Cassavettes  Love in a Kiss..

Gena Rowland & John Cassavettes Love in a Kiss..

Filmstill: Jean Reno as Léon and  Natalie Portman as Mathilda - 'Léon: The Professional', 1994, directed by Luc Besson. °

Filmstill: Jean Reno as Léon and Natalie Portman as Mathilda - 'Léon: The Professional', 1994, directed by Luc Besson. °

John Cassavetes & Peter Falk

John Cassavetes & Peter Falk

John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands — "Film is about the human experience"

John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands — "Film is about the human experience"

John Cassavetes - A Woman Under the Influence

John Cassavetes - A Woman Under the Influence

The real Noah and Allie - Gena Rowlands who played Allie had her own real-life love story with Husband John Cassavetes, who sadly died in 1989. She then went on to be directed by her son Nick Cassavetes in The Notebook.

The real Noah and Allie - Gena Rowlands who played Allie had her own real-life love story with Husband John Cassavetes, who sadly died in 1989. She then went on to be directed by her son Nick Cassavetes in The Notebook.

[on John Cassavetes] "We had a great deal of freedom when John acted. We traveled a lot and it was fun. But with directing ... really. I think people don't have all their marbles who prefer directing to acting because you write for three months, you cut for maybe six months. He's the most terrifying perfectionist about what he wants. As an artist, I love him. As a husband, I hate him."  --Gena Rowlands

[on John Cassavetes] "We had a great deal of freedom when John acted. We traveled a lot and it was fun. But with directing ... really. I think people don't have all their marbles who prefer directing to acting because you write for three months, you cut for maybe six months. He's the most terrifying perfectionist about what he wants. As an artist, I love him. As a husband, I hate him." --Gena Rowlands

John Cassavettes - 1986 Big Trouble, 1984 Love Streams, 1980 Gloria, 1977 Opening Night, 1976 The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, 1974 A Woman Under the Influence, 1971 Minnie and Moskowitz, 1970 Husbands, 1968 Faces, 1963 A Child Is Waiting, 1961 Too Late Blues, 1959 Shadows

John Cassavettes - 1986 Big Trouble, 1984 Love Streams, 1980 Gloria, 1977 Opening Night, 1976 The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, 1974 A Woman Under the Influence, 1971 Minnie and Moskowitz, 1970 Husbands, 1968 Faces, 1963 A Child Is Waiting, 1961 Too Late Blues, 1959 Shadows

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