Roman Polanski - Quotes

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Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theater.

Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theater.

I can only say that whatever my life and work have been, I'm not envious of anyone-and this is my biggest satisfaction. ---->>>

Normal love isn't interesting. I assure you that it's incredibly boring. ---->>>

I never made a film which fully satisfied me. ---->>>

I still had some honor... I still have some now. ---->>>

I don't really know what is shocking. When you tell the story of a man who is beheaded, you have to show how they cut off his head. If you don't, it's like telling a dirty joke and leaving out the punch line. ---->>>

You have to show violence the way it is. If you don't show it realistically, then that's immoral and harmful. If you don't upset people, then that's obscenity. ---->>>

My films are the expression of momentary desires. I follow my instincts, but in a disciplined way. ---->>>

Whenever I get happy, I always have a terrible feeling. ---->>>

In Paris, one is always reminded of being a foreigner. If you park your car wrong, it is not the fact that it's on the sidewalk that matters, but the fact that you speak with an accent. ---->>>

I want people to go to the movies. I am the man of the spectacle. I'm playing. ---->>>

If you have a great passion it seems that the logical thing is to see the fruit of it, and the fruit are children. ---->>>

I did not have a reputation to defend. ---->>>

Biography

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Born: 08-18, 1933
Birthplace: Paris, France
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Occupation: Director
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Rajmund Roman Thierry PolaƄski (born 18 August 1933) is a French-Polish film director, producer, writer, actor, and convicted statutory rapist. Born in Paris, his Polish-Jewish parents moved the family back to Poland in 1937, when he was four. Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany 2 years later, in 1939, and Polanski spent the next six years of his childhood mostly on his own, trying to survive the ongoing Holocaust (wikipedia)