Smart habitation is an integrated area of villages and a city working in harmony and where the rural and urban divide has reduced to thin line.
I prefer the countryside to cities. This is also true of my films: I have made more films in rural societies, and villages, than in towns.
I never saw myself as a women's footballer. Not when I was in my tiny village in Norway. Not when I was suffering in Germany. Not when I finally made it to Lyon.
I was described as a dreamer, a fantasist, even as the village idiot. I didn't care. What I cared about was convincing people to allow me to go on with my work.
I keep a very low profile in Switzerland. There are only about 2,000 people in the village I live in, so it's a quiet town.
I don't see a lot of movies that portray the East Village as well as I think they can.
I had met a young lady who wanted to be in the theater. It was Judy Holliday. She had somehow fallen down the steps of the Village Vanguard, which still exists today.
Super early-stage companies have a village that form around them for support.
When I first walked in to London, I was so overwhelmed by the village, the sheer volume of people. I was just so excited. You don't know what to expect. So the level of excitement was almost draining, just taking everything in. I was so exhausted after I swam because of all the excitement in the build-up.
When Edna O'Brien's first novel, 'The Country Girls,' was published in 1960, her family and neighbors in the small Irish village where she was born tossed copies into a bonfire expressly set for that horrifying purpose.