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 Heath Ledger - “I flipped through his journals and then it was (history) out the window, ... We were making it into a romp. We wanted to have a clean slate and just have fun.”
 Heath Ledger - “I flipped through his journals and then it was (history) out the window. We were making it into a romp. We wanted to have a clean slate and just have fun.”
 Heath Ledger - “But the paparazzi are quite malicious and vocal and really rude, ... And they camped outside of my house, so I started throwing eggs at them, lobbing them at rocks next to them.”
 Heath Ledger - “We had a good sense of humor about it, because we knew what we were holding on to and how it was going to exceed expectations and labels. We weren't running around naked in chaps swinging pink guns in the air. We knew that, and we found it funny that no one else did.”
 Heath Ledger - “When his lady friend Michelle Williams (of Dawson's Creek ... spend at least a few months bonding.”
 Heath Ledger - “If you're just safe about the choices you make, you don't grow.”
 Heath Ledger - “If you are just safe about the choices you make, you don't grow.”
 Heath Ledger - “I apologize for my terrible interview skills.”
 The Clarion-Ledger - “gets better every day, but from what I saw every day, we spent hundreds of millions on an agency that was worthless at the time of the storm. Either they need to get better, or someone needs to take over their job.”
 The Clarion-Ledger - “time had been taken with those kids.”
 Heath Ledger - “It's the most exciting time of my life,”
 Heath Ledger - “I wasn't prepared to expose stories about something so special and wonderfully private that is happening in my life. I guess a part of me wishes that I'd never have to and that maybe I could protect this special time. I was dreaming.”
 Heath Ledger - “I still find it personally disappointing that people kind of go out of their way to voice their disgust or their opinions against the ways in which two people choose to love one another. I think that's really unfortunate.”
 Heath Ledger - “I only do this because I'm having fun. The day I stop having fun, I'll just walk away.”
 Heath Ledger - “Since my profession had wound me up, I needed something in my profession to wind me down. I couldn't just go home I would have gone mad. So I went to Venice, floated around the city, drank wine, ate pasta. I needed to just breathe, relax . . . and got paid for it.”
 The Clarion-Ledger - “These are women who are beaten, raped, sold ... mentally dominated, threatened that their families will be destroyed, ... They have no other options.”
 Heath Ledger - “Thousands of women were falling in love with him all the time. So when he finally finds a woman who isn't attracted to any of that, that's what really devastates him, and interests him.”
 Heath Ledger - “Thousands of women were falling in love with him all the time. So when he finally finds a woman who isn't attracted to any of that, that's what really devastates him, and interests him,”
 The Clarion-Ledger - “It would be a wonderful reminder, especially to Mississippi and people throughout the South, that they can use this as a symbol of the vast changes that have occurred.”
 The Clarion-Ledger - “grand palaces, art, fine dining, and fabulous stores. ... Don't worry about Wayne Newton and Kenny Rogers. Go to Vegas”
 Heath Ledger - “I have kind of been living out of bags for the past 13 years. I will just stick to that,”
 Heath Ledger - “(We) met with a gentleman who had been a junkie or an addict for 25 years and interviewed him.”
 Heath Ledger - “I felt this was such a refreshing story of love. For me, our characters were also complex, and to...really investigate this form of humanity and expression of love was an opportunity that I hadn't had.”
 Heath Ledger - “It was an opportunity not to take acting too seriously. We obviously weren't taking Casanova too seriously. Essentially we were borrowing his name and his legend and just having fun with it.”
 Heath Ledger - “I'm still a kid. I'm like six years old. But it's just a matter of wanting to get up, it's just a big journey. I felt like when I left home that I was on a journey, and I still am.”

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