Dr. Elizabeth Sinskey: Not one particle of you has changed, Robert. You talk too much. And then… not at all.
Dr. Elizabeth Sinskey – Sidse Babett Knudsen
Director: Ron Howard
A question: where are thou?
In this movie I’ve noticed a not so busy and crowded New York City as I felt it to be back when I was roaming its streets. I was only observing its architecture and its streets in Chronically Metropolitan. The rest is a good story, a story to follow. A recommended movie!
Director: Xavier Manrique
Jessie: God, you are still the same. So judgemental.
Fenton: Maybe I’m still a little judgemental. But…
Fenton: Everybody’s up my arse because they think every character is them!
Jessie: Everyone knows you knows you use your observation to hurt people.
Jessie – Ashley Benson
Fenton – Shiloh Fernandez
Christopher: I guess… Sometimes the best thing you can do for someone is just let them go.
Christopher – Chris Noth
Annie Blackburn: “What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.”
Dale Cooper: Heisenberg.
So, who was Heisenberg?
“Heisenberg’s name will always be associated with his theory of quantum mechanics, published in 1925, when he was only 23 years old. For this theory and the applications of it which resulted especially in the discovery of allotropic forms of hydrogen, Heisenberg was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for 1932.”
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