I'm always feeling like I don't belong, no matter where I am. So I'm just searching for a family nonstop, and sometimes I find it in the mosh pit, sometimes I find it when I'm doing some French TV show with the president's wife.
France loves American cinema because when an American remake is successful, it makes us money to produce more French films.
I like French fries; I like mashed. I love potatoes.
I may be French, but I'm playing for Arsenal.
I like salty, creamy foods. I could sit down with a bag of chips and French onion dip and go to town! That would be on my last-supper list.
I love France. The French respect your privacy.
I speak English, so I am no longer cute. My tongue itches for French.
I love the French for their sarcasm, their irony. I love them for their bad moods.
French people are strange about America, I think.
But I don't think of myself as a foreigner or a Frenchman! I just think of myself as a director.
I am unusual for a Frenchman - I have absolutely nothing against the United States.
Maybe I've seen more Hollywood movies than French movies.
Sure, I watched a lot of Hollywood movies. Maybe I've seen more Hollywood movies than French movies.
It's just incredible. When you're French, coming from a non-English language country, you don't even dream about Oscar recognition or nominations. It's just beyond the dream. It's something very, very special and unique. It's the highest recognition any filmmaker could dream of.
I had my first French meal and I never got over it. It was just marvelous. We had oysters and a lovely dry white wine. And then we had one of those lovely scalloped dishes and the lovely, creamery buttery sauce. Then we had a roast duck and I don't know what else.
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