[on directing oneself in a film] I don't want to be brash, but you just do it. It's not complicated. I love it. I sit down on the chair to do the scene, and then I get up, ask for the playback. And if it's bad it's bad. If it's good it's good. I won't hesitate a second if it's bad.
For me, hipsterism is for one to appropriate the codes of a social class or another milieu that wasn't theirs originally, in order to define their personality through something different and unique. Which is why a lot of hipsters live downtown and they're dressed as farmers. Then you have the Oscar Wilde hipster: the dandy. But pushed to the extreme. The edge. People are costumed. Its a disguise or something. For me, thats a sign of a loss of people believing in themselves, and of self-confidence.