I’m not a film buff. I don’t watch a lot of movies.
And the people I’m best friends with on the films are not generally the actors.
If my films don’t show a profit, I know I’m doing something right.
I’ve never much been interested in doing films that no one gets to see.
I read the comics long before I was ever involved with the films.
A lot of people think I must be weird because of the films I’ve done. I get that.
He was a tough player. You would always see him on those (John) Elway highlight films.
I spent a couple of years doing American films. I did a few.
But the process of making a film is not glamorous. Certainly not my films.
I’ve been fortunate to be in films that are classic, that are going to be around.
You can make as many films as you like, but if nobody wants to put them on, what’s the point?
But no one should have the right to manipulate my films in the first place.
I hope to be 70 and sitting at the table with journalists, talking about my films.
The films that I love are very straightforward stories, like really old-fashioned stuff.
If my films make one more person miserable, I’ll feel I have done my job.
Usually, I make such small-budget films that I can’t afford to buy weather.
I think ‘Rockstar’ is more dear to me than any of my other films.
The trouble with Hollywood films is that they always have a pleasant ending.