Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Brigitte Bardot
- A photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that will never cease looking back at you.
- French courts are backward and politically correct, which is the height of stupidity.
- I know it’s horrible to have to admit that, but I’m not adult enough to take care of a child.
- I left a world in which I was a queen to enter one in which I’m a human being.
- Films have never shown the kind of relationship that can exist between two women.
- I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can’t take a step without being questioned and surrounded.
- Romania will not be able to evolve if it continues to take cruel decisions against sensitive creatures, which are under the protection of European law.
- I knew I had to be the best at something, otherwise I would be nothing. I knew I wanted the world to know about Brigitte Bardot.
- I would like, before I die, to see the changes I’ve always fought for being made. If not, my life will have been worth nothing.
- If I upset some notions and went against established rules, that wasn’t part of what I wanted to do. It wasn’t my goal.
Brigitte Bardot, born on September 28, 1934, in Paris, France, is a legendary French actress, singer, and animal rights activist. Rising to international fame in the 1950s and 1960s, Bardot became an iconic sex symbol and a symbol of French New Wave cinema.
She gained widespread recognition for her roles in films such as “And God Created Woman” (1956) and “Contempt” (1963), both directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Bardot’s uninhibited beauty and charismatic on-screen presence captivated audiences and made her a global star. Beyond her acting career, she ventured into music with several successful recordings.
In the 1970s, Bardot shifted her focus to animal rights activism. She established the Brigitte Bardot Foundation in 1986, advocating for the welfare of animals and campaigning against various forms of animal cruelty. Her dedication to this cause earned her a new reputation as a passionate and outspoken advocate.
Despite her enduring legacy in the entertainment industry, Bardot retired from acting in 1973 and has since led a more private life. Her impact on film, fashion, and animal rights activism has left an indelible mark, solidifying her status as a cultural icon.
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