Dario Argento Quotes

36 Dario Argento quotes:

"There's nothing gratuitous about my films."
Author: Argento Quotes Category: Italian Director Quotes Films Quotes
"But you know, as you say, the original versions of my films are getting out there, slowly."
"Even in the former Soviet Union, they have good copies of my movies."
"I like to watch many things, especially strange films and something recent, not just the story."
"I want to do what I want when I want to do it not be dictated to by audiences."
"I went through a phase where I thought nostalgia was a bad thing."
"I've been lucky enough to have had the luxury of being able to make the picture I've wanted to make each time on my own terms and without compromise."
"In Italy the censor is very old and there are many judges and psychiatrists who analyse you."
"The Opera was a very cold film, a hopeless and dark film, no hope, no love."
"When I see a film I've finished, it's like another person made it. Like another mind."
"Young girls of 13 or 12 are great actors."
"When I was a teenager, I read a lot of Poe."
Author: Argento Quotes Category: Italian Director Quotes Teenager Quotes
"Every writer, to some extent, writes about himself."
"If you make a film normally it's all right, the distributors are helpful and cooperative. But if you make a film that's a little stange, a little bizarre, then all the time it's a struggle with them."
"It irritated me that my fans kept wanting me to retread old ground."
"Paradise is too perfect for humanity."
"But no one should have the right to manipulate my films in the first place."
"I wanted to get back to my style of 20 years ago after a long period of exploring horror and fantasy themes."
"I've never gone into analysis. But Freud opened a door, I know."
"It's incredible that they censor films. It's sad."

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