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Every time I make a film, I feel it gives me the chance to learn something new.
The more you practise happiness, the better you get at it. So if you spend lots of time practising being depressed, you’re going to get really good at being depressed. And if you spend lots of time practising being happy, you’re going to get better at being happy.
‘Pride‘ is my first film with a happy ending. Before, I naively thought they were a cop-out, but now I’ve come to believe that happy endings and wish fulfilment are an incredibly important part of our cultural life.
Most of my choices come about through some kind of intuition or instinct, and if I need to, I’ll post-rationalize them, intellectually, afterwards. But generally, they come about just by feeling.
I consider all drama to be the opportunity to see the world from another person‘s point of view. That seems to be the point of drama, really. And thereby to encourage understanding and even love.
There’s good art and there’s bad art. A lot of action films are bad art, but Paul Greengrass showed us with the Bourne films that it’s possible to make an action film with a political, social conscience.
I’m very interested in dance, and I’m very interested in how people express themselves through movement. And of course, cinema is a kinetic art form. It’s almost the point of cinema – it’s time-based and movement-based.
I find man‘s inhumanity to man extraordinary,,, I can’t get my head around it.