I am very interested in what has been called bad taste. I believe the fear of displaying a soi-disant bad taste stops us from venturing into special cultural zones.
I've never seen a worse situation than that of young writers in the United States. The publishing business in North America is so commercialized.
If the novelist shares his or her problems with the characters, he or she is able to study his personal unconscious.
What better model of a synthesis than a nocturnal dream? Dreams simplify, don't they?
Contrary to what Kafka does, I always like to refer all of my fictions to the level of reality, He, on the other hand, leaves them at an imaginary level.
Modern American cinema seems to me superficial. The intention is to understand a certain reality, and the result is nothing but a photographing of that reality.