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David Kaufbird | Eli R. Roth
6' (1.83 m)
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People don't enjoy violence in real life, but they love it in their movies. And I think a lot of studio horror movies don't want to offend anybody. If there's anything that's too far out there, they test it and if it offends people, they take it out. But Open Water, Wolf Creek, The Devil's Rejects -- these are movies made outside of the studio system, that don't have a happy ending. [The studios ...
Writes all of his scripts longhand, a practice he started on the advice of Quentin Tarantino
. Roth writes in a handwriting so illegible that only he can read it in case he loses his notebook.
Loves photographing through mirrors. In "Cabin Fever" Marcy examines herself, in "Hostel" the girls at the Hostel are first shown in reflection and Kana kills herself after seeing her reflection, and in "Hostel Part 2" there are several sequences of girls posing in triptych mirrors.