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Dario Argento
September 7, 1940 -
Nationality: Italian
Category: Director
Subcategory: Italian Director

Even in the former Soviet Union, they have good copies of my movies.


If you don't like my movies, don't watch them.


Young girls of 13 or 12 are great actors.


I'm very interested in portraying homosexual man and woman in my films because I'm interested in their lives and their problems.


I've never gone into analysis. But Freud opened a door, I know.


In Italy the censor is very old and there are many judges and psychiatrists who analyse you.


But no one should have the right to manipulate my films in the first place.


There's nothing gratuitous about my films.


Maybe when I stop making movies, I'll understand my work better.


It's incredible that they censor films. It's sad.


To try and raise a budget for a film that is strictly for adults and both strong and graphic in content is not easy, especially when there is pressure to spend serious money on good special effects.


I like to watch many things, especially strange films and something recent, not just the story.


So I haven't thought about the critics for a long time.


In each of my characters there is a little of me. Not strictly autobiographical but a little piece of my soul.


Every writer, to some extent, writes about himself.


When I was five. That's when I started to love film.


My life and career is my own adventure.


I wanted to get back to my style of 20 years ago after a long period of exploring horror and fantasy themes.


But you know, as you say, the original versions of my films are getting out there, slowly.


The Opera was a very cold film, a hopeless and dark film, no hope, no love.


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