Married people from my generation are like an endangered species!
I'm not one to dwell on rehearsal or preparation.
No, but it's not because I'm getting older that I'm trying to accelerate. But something very curious is happening: The older I get, the more ideas I'm getting.
What I expect of a movie reviewer is that he should love cinema as much as I do.
You may think it's very presumptuous, but I really hope that my movies are going to turn people into better people.
Working with the same people is so much quicker and frees up your energy for other things.
But I won't work with the exact same crew film after film because I feel the work would get a little complacent.
I've always done 20 things at once. It's my way of staying alive, not to keep one dish cooking, but several dishes going. And I'm pretty organized.
I like films that are well-written and concise and with not a lot of room for improvisation.
I like films to be complete in their written form.
I never storyboard. I hate it. I don't understand why so many directors want to make comic strips of their films.
If a film is very clever and well-written, that's what gives you freedom as a director.
My movies are, more or less, very short. I'm terrified of boring an audience.
I am not a fan of westerns particularly.
I can zero in on subtle things because I'm holding the camera.
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