I don’t want to make movies for kids, and I don’t want to make movies for adults either.
"If I find a bag that I had on a set and that I haven’t used in a long time, I can smell the scent of the place or the smell of the set. I can literally smell all the olfactory fragments of this experience. My mom is a screenwriter and puts all her scripts in some sort of pack that always smelled of manual labor, coffee spilled on it and the smoke because of the special effects like the dust from an explosion. It’s what attracted me at first. It’s as if you had walked miles and miles all day. Where did you go, what made you get up in the morning and leave the house. I knew that it had to be interesting. I knew that if my parents got up and went to work for sixteen hours, that it had to be cool and enthralling. And then I knew what it was like to feel it and to share it. You don’t find it just like that, it’s a feeling that you have to dig very deep to find, and then you can share it; it’s fucking hard job and it’s an act of faith. You have to make yourself available for something that won’t necessarily happen immediately. And when it happens, it’s the most exciting thing I know, and that’s what keeps me going. I will never stop looking for that. I love this quest. It’s what I love the most, Searching, finding, digging, digging and digging even more."
—Kristen Stewart on her love for the world of film (via pinkifingers