From ‘Se7en’ to ‘The Game’ to ‘Fight Club’ to ‘The Social Network’, director David Fincher explains reasons why he made each of his films.
The Game (1997): “The Game was a movie that I liked the idea of this gigantic Twilight Zone episode that became The Stunt Man. That you could sit down and look at the bill and go, ‘Oh, really? So you had divers when I was in the cab. That’s nice to hear now. But at the time I really thought I was drowning.’ So you know, there’s different reasons for [choosing] everything.”
And a thought for the day:
“You don’t want to do the same shit over and over.”
— David Fincher
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