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I'd really love to never do a movie for anyone else but myself. I just don't have time in life to do it; I'm too self-indulgent. People in my life who know me can always predict where I'm going to go next. And there's always a motive. Sometimes it's a passion that you want to roll up your sleeves and, do or die, we're going to make this movie my way or the highway. And sometimes you want to put ...
Cites John Boorman
(1972) as one of his all-time favorite movies, which he saw for the first time when he was just 10 years old. Curiously enough, Bill McKinney
, who had played the squeal-like-a-pig mountain man in that movie, played Jamie Bell
's genial grandfather in Green's Undertow
(2004) - 32 years later.
Use of retro studio logos (if possible) and retro-style opening credits