“If people don’t like your work, keep doing your own thing and either they’ll wise up or you’ll find yourself out of work and deserving to be. If people hate you work let them-they may be right. Or not. And if people even call you a genius, it’s very important to run because you have to ask, if you’re a genius, then what is Shakespeare or Mozart of Einstein?”
— Woody Allen, American filmmaker, writer, and actor. With notable films such as Manhattan, Annie Hall, Midnight in Paris and To Rome with Love.