“We happen upon ourselves when nothing much happens to us, and we are transformed in the process.”
—Anthony Lane, from his review of “Boyhood” that appeared in The New Yorker. Lane is a British journalist and film critic for The New Yorker. I enjoy reading his quip-filled reviews. He is quite entertaining.
- 107 Reasons You Need To See Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ (slashfilm.com)
- Movie Review: Boyhood (breakingfilm.wordpress.com)
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A wonderful quote. 🙂