Here we have the best Happy Ending Quotes from famous authors such as Alice Munro, Jeff Nichols, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Suleika Jaouad, Mort Walker. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
In those early days, the important thing was the happy ending. I did not tolerate unhappy endings – for my heroines, anyway. And later on, I began to read things like ‘Wuthering Heights,’ and very, very unhappy endings would take place, so I changed my ideas completely and went in for the tragic, which I enjoyed.
The American Dream, the idea of the happy ending, is an avoidance of responsibility and commitment.
Because women have been marginalised, they’re more likely to behave like immigrants and continue to push themselves forward in order to avoid falling through the cracks, but I don’t think a happy ending comes from matriarchy.
What I like writing about are people’s relationships, not necessarily great big dramatic things but the smaller things in life and how they affect characters and challenge and change the people that they are. I do like a happy ending, so my books have to have a happy ending.
There’s a reason a happy ending is called an ending. The trick of a television storyteller is to find all the rivers and mountains and valleys on the way to that ending.
We all have different thresholds for sentimentality. For me, it’s a hard won happy ending.
‘Not Another Happy Ending’ is a romantic comedy starring Karen Gillan and Stanley Weber. It is about these two characters and their relationships.
I think in many ways the problem that my writing would have with an American reviewer is that Americans find difficulty very hard to take. They are inevitably looking for a happy ending.
You want a happy ending, but not such a ridiculous happy ending that it doesn’t mean anything to anybody.