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Paolo Sorrentino —
born on May 31, 1970,
Paolo Sorrentino is an Italian film director and screenwriter... (wikipedia)
The way I work with my cinematographer is not based on general principles, but the ideas are triggered by the locations where we shoot.
Wasting time is something that people do or feel all over the world, not just in Italy.
Rome is a city where in every corner you have a reminder of the sacred world. That's why I have sacred music, minimalist sacred music, which is also music I like, because at the end of the day, that's what I want to do.
There's one thing that I like about Rome that was stated by Napoleon: that from sublime to pathetic is only one step away. And in Rome there's a constant shifting between sublime and pathetic.
The fear of old age is something that one feels when they're younger. Once you get to being old, you're already there, so you don't even think about it anymore.