Quotes by: Daniel Espinosa
Almost always, when we have fights in movies, they're done in these strange rooms where nothing gets broken. It's almost like they're in padded cells.
If the crew is hit by the situation that we're trying to portray, I think we get a real and a stronger moment with the camerawork and the actors.
Do we have the right to understand the world we live in? The right to all the information regarding why our governments are making the decisions that they are?
I come from the working-class area of Stockholm, and I grew up with Serbian and Chilean people.
If you just storyboard something, you've already planned it, and you're stuck in the limitations of your imagination.
We've all done actions in our lives where we compromise what we believe in. And if we keep doing it, there's no way back, no pride to hold on to.
I always loved when James Stewart did roles that were not so dialogue-based, like 'Vertigo.'
If you create a movie that is only character driven, with a weak plot, then you - as a director, you have to make sure you keep pushing the tempo.
All our forms are unique - movies, music and literature - and you have to leave the person who is doing it to do their best.