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Women are outperforming men in almost every sphere of life in our society and the women of East Indian ancestry are no exception to this rule. They have broken the cultural mould.
I've never been one to bow down to people who try to question my identity because I don't fit their mould of what an Aboriginal Australian is supposed to be or look like.
Well I think they broke the mould when they made me and being humble is one of my great assets.
You cannot escape the fact that women mould your first five years, whether you like it or not. And I can't say I do like it very much.
'Seven Sonatas,' with its flowing series of meetings between men and women in an identifiable emotional world, is in the mould of Jerome Robbins' glorious 'Dances at a Gathering.'
I refuse to imprison our acts in the rigid mould of sentences.
It will be a pity if women in the more conventional mould are to be phased out, for there will never be anyone to go home to.
I am not ready to fit into the mould of commercial cinema.
All of a sudden I'm an actor, and I spend a decade trying to fit in and realising that I didn't, really. Sometimes in the right circumstances, with the right people, it felt OK. But other times it was a bit more jobbing. I didn't fit the mould, somehow.
Director of any film is very important, and an actor has to leave himself in his hands to mould.
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