Read Between The Lines Quotes by Sergio Leone, Serge Schmemann, Beanie Sigel, Laura Nyro, May Sarton, Julius Wellhausen and many others.
Cinema through spectacle, through the entertainment of spectacle, tells the story of many actual problems in life. Because who ever doesn’t want to read between the lines can just enjoy the entertainment and the show and can go home happy.
The art of reading between the lines is as old as manipulated information.
I ain’t the captain of the yacht, but I’m on the boat; I ain’t acting what I’m not, knowing that I don’t. You niggaz acting like you will, but I know you won’t. Man, I read between the lines of the eyes of your brows, Your handshake ain’t matchin your smile.
I was raised on the good book Jesus Till I read between the lines Now I don’t believe I ever wanna see the morning
Read between the lines.Then meet me in the silence if you can.
Until the building of Solomons temple the unity of worship according to it had, properly speaking, never had any existence; and, moreover, it is easy to read between the lines that even after that date it was more a pious wish than a practical demand.
To read between the lines was easier than to follow the text.
For all the idealism that propels him through the story, if you read between the lines you may see that at a moment which he considers a defining point in his life as an activist, he’s also set the stage for potential ugliness down the road.
In communist Russia, their major organ was Pravda, which means “truth.” The Russians knew how to read between the lines. They didn’t take their literature literally.
I phoned Joe Roth, who was head of the studio at the time, and told him how beautiful the film was, and that I was fully ready to support it, that Michael’s work was wonderful and I imagined that Daniel would feel the same. He listened quietly and read between the lines.
When people try to read between the lines – critics, they have a job. Their job is to make something bigger than it is.
Read between the lines and free your mind
I think that learning to read between the lines of traditional media is one way to stay informed, and also realizing that eventually you’re going to have to cross-reference all sorts of different information coming from different sources.
As far as people communicating with each other well I think that listening is important. You know really trying to read between the lines of what some body is saying and trying to read their mind a little bit where there at because most people don’t really say what they’re feeling. Which is the bones of great literature.
People have a responsibility, especially with today’s media, to read between the lines.
Yet the deepest truths are best read between the lines, and, for the most part, refuse to be written.
Is there anybody listening? Is there anyone who sees what’s going on? Read between the lines, criticize the words they’re selling. Think for yourself, and feel the walls become sand beneath your feet.