Monday, February 13, 2012

The Talks Interview Francis Ford Coppola

Dred put me on and I like this. Just a kind of conversation with the man.

Mr. Coppola, you once said that it is very difficult to be a good artist if you are rich. Do you still think the same way? 

These days I think that it’s good to be rich because you are not going to make any money making personal films. (Laughs) Nobody will go see them. If you want to make money in the movie business you have to make the kind of movies that the biggest audience wants to see, a film that’s like some other movies they’ve seen. That’s why they make so many sequels. For them to create one movie is a risk and they don’t like risks. No business does.

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