"Rosemary's Baby" (1968)
"This has always been a big influence on me, or a source of ideas; and it's always been one of my favorites."
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971)
"It's a movie that's very particularly designed and, you know, conjures up this world that you've never seen quite this way in a movie before, but at the same time there's a great sort of spontaneity to it, and a tremendous energy.
"Trouble In Paradise" (1932)
"I don't know if anybody can make a movie like that anymore -- that perfect tone, like a "soufflé"-type of movie. A confection, I guess."
"It's very beautiful, kind of lyrical and very sad; a great Renoir movie."
"Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" (1966)
"But when I watched it more recently I thought it was the most beautiful, inspired, exciting movie."
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