Without you quote…
the quote in question is from the classic 1970’s movie “A Song of Two Humans” starring the late Paul Newman and John Travolta. The movie’s title is a play on the classic phrase “without you, I’d be a lonely man.
A song of two people is not a song about two people, right? But maybe Paul Newman and John Travolta, who are both quite good actors, thought so.
The phrase “the guy who wrote the novel” is a reference to the time period in which the novel was written.
The quote is a reference to Travolta’s performance in his role as the love interest of Newman’s character. It’s a reference to the famous scene in which Newman’s character asks Travolta if he’s a fan of the book he’s reading.
I like to think about how Travoltas acting was so convincing and convincing, and then I get to go back to how I thought it was so convincing. I mean, I think everyone can agree that Paul Newman was a great actor, but I always thought the scene where he asks John Travolta if hes a fan of the book hes reading was just so good.
Paul Newman was an amazing actor, but I think what Newmans character says was just that good. He was so convincing that I almost didn’t feel like there was another person in the room. Sure, it was just Paul Newman. But it was really you. The actor that you saw in that scene was so convincing that I almost felt like I was watching it, too.
Yeah, you’re right, Newman was so good as Paul that I was almost watching it through his eyes. The scene was so amazing that I was almost looking through his eyes (which would have been very scary), but I was really just seeing the scene through your eyes.
After you quoted me, I was like “Hey Paul, I’m going to have a look at you.” It felt very real. Now I actually felt like I was watching the scene through my eyes. So I didn’t feel like watching it if I was thinking about the scene.