Facts about Jacques Rivette

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Jacques Rivette is a famous Director from France, he/she is still alive and was born March 1, 1928.

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He/she is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 10 quotes who is written / told by Jacques.

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Famous quotes by Jacques Rivette (10)


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"Many filmmakers pretend that they never see anything, which has always seemed odd to me"
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"Cocteau is someone who has made such a profound impression on me that there's no doubt he's influenced every one of my films"
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"And the fact that I see so many films really seems to amaze certain people"
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"Whereas with Sirk, everything is always filmed. No matter what the script, he's always a real director"
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"And I took a long time to appreciate Lynch"
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"Their films would probably be better if they'd seen a few more films, which runs counter to this idiotic theory that you run the risk of being influenced if you see too much"
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"When you see the films of certain young directors, you get the impression that film history begins for them around 1980"
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"I guess I like a lot of directors. Or at least I try to"
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"For me, the film has to be incredibly bad to make me want to pack up and leave"
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"And Twin Peaks, the Film is the craziest film in the history of cinema. I have no idea what happened, I have no idea what I saw, all I know is that I left the theater floating six feet above the ground"


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