I never studied directing and I never really thought about doing it, and then I just found myself in that situation and tried it. I like to be observing everything else, and I get self-conscious in front of the camera.
It seems that the greatest difficulty is to find the end. Don't try to find it, it's there already.
For everyone, there are those moments when you have great days with someone you wouldn't expect to. Then you have to go back to your real lives, but it makes an impression on you.
I wanted to make a love story without being nerdy.
I definitely have had friendships and moments with people from different backgrounds and in different stages of their lives.
I'm always a sucker for a love story.
That's the way I work: I try to imagine what I would like to see.
Acting isn't for me. I don't like being told what to do. I'm more interested in set design, more visually driven.
Everyone in my family is in the film business; I knew I wanted to be creative and it was important in my family to be artistic.
A lot of young filmmakers bring their movies to my dad because he always gives lots of good editing ideas and notes. He'd be a good film professor.
I got exposed to so many different cultures and people.
We were always around my dad, so he wasn't absentee at all. I don't think it was normal, but it was exciting. You always had lots of creative people around, and my parents took us everywhere.
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