I do not want to say that you live in the world of murder and sex, but I can assume that, unfolding a newspaper, you start with the crime news.I almost never read about crimes in the newspapers. The only newspaper I read at all - the London "Times", it's pretty dry, but it caught a funny note.A few years ago, "The Times" has placed an article entitled "Fish go to jail," I read it and learned that someone donated a fish tank in a London prison for women. The most fun was, of course, the name. That's for the sake of those things I look through the newspaper. And magazines and novels you read?I do not read novels, and anything artistic. Most of my reading consists of contemporary biographies and books about travel. I do not read fiction because I can not get rid of the secret thought - and get out of this movie or not?I do not care about literary style, with the exception, perhaps, of Somerset Maugham, whom I love for simplicity. I shall not flowery literature, artsy style. I have a visual way of thinking, and when I read the details of a city street or rural areas, lose my temper. All this I would have shown much better with the camera.Do you know the "Night of the Hunter" - the only film Charles Laughton delivered? No, I have not seen him. There was a move that reminded me your movies. Robert Mitchum plays the role of a secret sect leader of the country. On one hand it is tattooed the word "love" on the other - " hatred."His message is a kind of confrontation between the two began. It was very hard. After seeing the movie, I thought that your pictures also describe the conflict between good and evil in a variety of shapes - sometimes very expressive, yet simplified, as it illustrated the confrontation of two hands. Do you agree? Perhaps, yes.One of these days you and I remember the rule: the better the villain, the better the movie. It can be turned: the more evil, the stronger film. How do you react when you are called Catholic artist? This is a difficult question, and I'm not sure that I can give him the answer. I was born into a Catholic family and download the film Mandi
and received a strict religious education.My wife before marriage also converted to Catholicism. I do not think I can be pripechatat label "Catholic artist," but the education in early childhood determines a person's life and curbs instincts.In several films - though it usually looks random - there is the Catholic Church, not a Baptist or Lutheran. For "Vertigo" I download the film Mandi
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. In this case, I do not choose - this piece came from the novel by Boileau - Narsezhaka.It is inconceivable that any living creature jumped from the tower of the modern Protestant church. Yes, an atheist I will not name, although I'm not too zealous parishioner.I have not thought about it before, and do not want to suggest to you is the appropriate response, but it seems to me that only Catholics could put the scene with a prayer of Henry Fonda in "The Wrong Man." Maybe, but, on the other hand, we must remember that this is an Italian family.