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Cameron Crowe

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The only true currency in this bankrupt world are the moments you share with someone when you're uncool.

— Cameron Crowe

#friends #friendship #uncoolness #friendship

Hey, I don't have all the answers. In life, to be honest, I've failed as much as I've succeeded. But I love my wife. I love my life. And I wish you, my kind of successes.

— Cameron Crowe

#movie-quotes #life

In the future, everybody is going to be a director. Somebody's got to live a real life so we have something to make a movie about.

— Cameron Crowe

#director #everybody #future #going #got

Great music is its own movie, already. And the challenge, as a music fan, is to keep the song as powerful as it wants to be, to not tamper with it and to somehow give it a home.

— Cameron Crowe

#challenge #fan #give #great #great music

Time puts things in proper perspective.

— Cameron Crowe

#proper #puts #things #time

People dance and we have a lot of music and... this might be the closet I get for a while.

— Cameron Crowe

#dance #get #i #lot #might

And I liked that whole idea that energy comes from not disseminating your ideas and talking about them.

— Cameron Crowe

#comes #energy #i #idea #ideas

About Cameron Crowe

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Did you know about Cameron Crowe?

Before the book was even released Fast Times at Ridgemont High was optioned for a film. Though it could have easily ended up a formulaic teen love story Say Anything. Also before they got big Crowe signed members of Pearl Jam to portray Dillon's fictional band Citizen Dick.

Crowe has made his mark with character-driven personal films that have been generally hailed as refreshingly original and devoid of cynicism. Later he wrote and directed one more high school saga Say Anything and then Singles a story of Seattle twentysomethings that was woven together by a soundtrack centering on that city's burgeoning grunge music scene. Centering on a teenage music journalist on tour with an up-and-coming band it gave insight to his life as a 15-year-old writer for Rolling Stone.

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