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Christopher Nolan directing Inception in 2010.

Christopher Nolan directing Inception in 2010.

y 
Christopher Nolan on the set of Inception

Christopher Nolan on the set of Inception

y Christopher Nolan and Carrie-Anne Moss on-set of Memento (2000)

Christopher Nolan and Carrie-Anne Moss on-set of Memento (2000)

y amy-blue:

“Films are subjective-what you like, what you don’t like. But the thing for me that is absolutely unifying is the idea that every time I go to the cinema and pay my money and sit down and watch a film go up on-screen, I want to feel that the people who made that film think it’s the best movie in the world, that they poured everything into it and they really love it. Whether or not I agree with what they’ve done, I want that effort there-I want that sincerity. And when you don’t feel it, that’s the only time I feel like I’m wasting my time at the movies.” - Christopher Nolan

amy-blue:

“Films are subjective-what you like, what you don’t like. But the thing for me that is absolutely unifying is the idea that every time I go to the cinema and pay my money and sit down and watch a film go up on-screen, I want to feel that the people who made that film think it’s the best movie in the world, that they poured everything into it and they really love it. Whether or not I agree with what they’ve done, I want that effort there-I want that sincerity. And when you don’t feel it, that’s the only time I feel like I’m wasting my time at the movies.” - Christopher Nolan

y yeahal:

Christopher Nolan photographed in October 2002

yeahal:

Christopher Nolan photographed in October 2002

vicky-lp:

Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan, David Fincher and Stanley Kubrick. 


I think film is first and foremost entertainment. But, all forms of entertainment throughout history have always produced works that last and transcend the concept of entertainment. All entertainment can take many different forms. It can be serious and intellectually stimulating, and it can also be a temporary way to forget our everyday worries. There is a whole spectrum of possibilities encompassed by the word entertainment, but I do believe that film has developed into the most important story-telling medium of our age. I am certain about that statement.

I think film is first and foremost entertainment. But, all forms of entertainment throughout history have always produced works that last and transcend the concept of entertainment. All entertainment can take many different forms. It can be serious and intellectually stimulating, and it can also be a temporary way to forget our everyday worries. There is a whole spectrum of possibilities encompassed by the word entertainment, but I do believe that film has developed into the most important story-telling medium of our age. I am certain about that statement.

Christopher Nolan

Behind the scenes of Inception with director Christopher Nolan