You can save people’s lives, but you cannot save them from life
“I think as she becomes more brave, she’s sort of teaching me how to become a little bit more courageous. She’s just got this very solid idea of what is right. Like she has a very interesting way of perspective because she’s always learning from Oliver and Diggle, but she’s definitely holding her ground”
An actual headline from The New York Times in 1919
I love this so much.
Liu believes that television “gives you the opportunity to have roles that are written for women that are in a wider spectrum than in film”. She certainly broke the casting stereotypes, both in terms of gender and race, when she took on the traditionally male, traditionally white, role of Dr. Watson. While Liu thinks that the industry has definitely opened up for Asian actors compared to when she started, she stresses that “It’s still a struggle. The bridge for that is not wide as it should be.”