lunedì 7 febbraio 2011

Woody Allen compares his work ethic to Ingmar Bergman's.

In the midst of a recent interview in THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER (about an Ingmar Bergman retrospective in Berlin), Woody Allen had this to say (highlighting by me):
 "I just like to keep turning them out and doing them and not looking up at how they are responded to because that can drive you crazy. You can obsess over that for good or bad. You can languish in great praise, which you get sometimes, or become depressed with great criticism, and it’s all just a waste of time. You’re better off working."


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