Cinema is a specificity of vision. It’s an approach in which everything matters. It’s the polar opposite of generic or arbitrary and the result is as unique as a signature or a fingerprint. It isn’t made by a committee, and it isn’t made by a company, and it isn’t made by the audience. It means that if this filmmaker didn’t do it, it either wouldn’t exist at all, or it wouldn’t exist in anything like this form.
I think that what a person normally goes to the cinema for is time, whether for time wasted, time lost, or time that is yet to be gained.
I am not at all interested in theories about cinema. I am only interested in images and people and sound. I am really a very simple person.
The cinema is not an art which films life: the cinema is something between art and life.
If life is imperfect, cinema makes it just a little less imperfect.