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

When I was a teenager, I read a lot of Poe.


Then I realized my early work did have something special that audiences adored apart from what I humbly thought about them. They occupy a distinguished niche in Italian film history and probably always will.


I like films to have something inside, I don't mean a message, I mean something from the soul.


The psychiatrists examine you and ask you about your life and work, and then they decide whether your film can be shown or not. It's a horrible experience.


It irritated me that my fans kept wanting me to retread old ground.


Paradise is too perfect for humanity.


When I see a film I've finished, it's like another person made it. Like another mind.


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.


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.


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 also don't like films that are made just to make money, no this kind of film I don't like.


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