Power - Film

Film

  • Power (1986 film), a 1986 film
  • Power (2012 film), an upcoming Bollywood film
  • The Power (film), a 1968 science fiction film, based on the Frank M. Robinson novel

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Famous quotes containing the word film:

    The woman’s world ... is shown as a series of limited spaces, with the woman struggling to get free of them. The struggle is what the film is about; what is struggled against is the limited space itself. Consequently, to make its point, the film has to deny itself and suggest it was the struggle that was wrong, not the space.
    Jeanine Basinger (b. 1936)

    A film is a petrified fountain of thought.
    Jean Cocteau (1889–1963)

    I’ll be right here.
    Melissa Mathison, U.S. screenwriter, and Steven Spielberg. ET, ET The Extra-Terrestrial, saying goodbye to Elliot as he touches Elliot’s forehead—ET’s final words in the film (1982)