If you’ve ever been in a mostly empty mall, you know how strange it can feel to walk among a space that’s only half alive. But what about when a mall is completely abandoned? That’s even more surreal. As more … Continue reading
I don’t really know how he worked as a director. I don’t really have a sense of him working as a director, I’m not even sure I’ve ever really worked with a director. I wouldn’t know how to compare him to anybody else. He worked with all of us, everybody he worked with, his camera crew, his design crew and his you know his sound crew and his performers, in exactly the same way as he worked with his financiers… his bank manager.He just, he brought us all together in order to make something and then we all just figured it out.So that I’m sure is going to be very annoying for people to hear cos they’re going to think that it might be possible to be more precise but I don’t really know how to be more precise.He was a painter and he knew how to work in a solitary way… He was first and foremost a painter.
Land of Milk and Honey (Pierre Etaix, 1971)