„I've always paid attention to religion … because I grew up in a religious background, but I've never felt a part of any of them. I think there's something to be drawn from most of them — other than goat sacrificing.“

—  Brad Pitt

As quoted in "A Conversation Runs Through It" by Bruce Handy in Time magazine (13 October 1997)

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