Fritz Lang - Quotes

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For me, cinema is a vice. I love it intimately. ---->>>

Each picture has some sort of rhythm which only the director can give it. He has to be like the captain of a ship. ---->>>

I am profoundly fascinated by cruelty, fear, horror and death. My films show my preoccupation with violence, the pathology of violence.

I am profoundly fascinated by cruelty, fear, horror and death. My films show my preoccupation with violence, the pathology of violence.

I was called the greatest director in Europe, but I was just a hard worker. ---->>>

It is just that all my life I have been so involved in my work that I guess one could say in general that, whenever I had to balance my private life and my profession, my profession always won out. ---->>>

You cannot make a social-conscious picture in which you say that the intermediary between the hand and the brain is the heart. I mean, that's a fairy tale - definitely. ---->>>

Cinemascope is not for men, but for snakes and funerals. ---->>>

I am not an artist. I am a craftsman. ---->>>

I like folk songs, but ten horses couldn't bring me to a concert or an opera. ---->>>

Women have always been my best friends. ---->>>

I do not like producers. ---->>>

I was something that is always hated in Hollywood - a perfectionist; nobody likes a perfectionist, you know. ---->>>

Music is the same to me as it was to Goethe - a pleasant noise. I am an eye man, not an ear man. ---->>>

My private life has nothing to do with my films. ---->>>

In America, sex is preached; in France, it is done. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Austrian
Born: December 5, 1890
Birthplace: Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Die: 08-02, 1976
Occupation: Director
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Friedrich Christian Anton "Fritz" Lang (December 5, 1890 – August 2, 1976) was an Austrian-German filmmaker, screenwriter, and occasional film producer and actor. One of the best-known émigrés from Germany's school of Expressionism, he was dubbed the "Master of Darkness" by the British Film Institute (wikipedia)