I'm not a strikingly handsome guy, but I'm in movies.
The best movies are simple.
Nobody makes movies like Oliver Stone.
Woody Allen movies notwithstanding, therapy, in the early eighties, was not exactly a hot conversation starter. Nor was it a favoured activity for dysfunctional couples or suffering individuals.
I've never made any horrible, horrible movies. If you don't ruin your reputation, you can always get work.
If people have bought something of mine, they know by now that I will decline writing it for the movies.
One of the nice things about licensing music to movies or advertisements is you can reach a lot of people who normally wouldn't hear music.
David Lynch is my friend, and I love his movies and his art and his music. Few things make me happier than working with him.
There's been a vacuum with movies that people can relate to. There's been a paucity of dramas that people can relate to. I think audiences are clamoring to connect - particularly after 9/11 - with things that are genuine and real and I think documentaries are filling that need.
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