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Anthony Lane

Anthony Lane

“Truffaut, Renoir and Godard looked at America, loved the films there and ploughed that love and that knowledge back into French films. No one did that in England.”

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Ethan Hawke

Ethan Hawke

“The great joy of acting is the collaboration. I get so much of that, I feel really drawn to the isolation and solitude of writing. It’s a real joy for me.”

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Natatcha Estebanez

“The film is about fear of losing oneself. Profoundly, it’s about holding, not assimilating, integrating but not assimilating. I think assimilation is one of the worst things…this country is obsessed with assimilation. When I think about you, I will think in Spanish, and if I were to think of you in English it will not feel the same.”

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James Ellroy

James Ellroy

“I never specifically answer what’s real and what’s not in my books. I think that my vision is true to the moral thrust and the psychological thrust of history.”

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