John Carpenter de Marte

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«I staggered through my career and came out the other end, alive. I made some films that meant something to me. In my opinion, they weren’t all great, and they weren’t all successful, but they sure were ‘me’. And this is what I was going through or thinking or feeling as a director at the time, and I’m very proud of them. A lot of great directors just never had the chance to have their work appreciated and celebrated and watched, all these years after they were made. So, man, what do you want out of life? It’s great!»

“I don’t want to be in the mainstream. I don’t want to be a part of the demographics. I want to be an individual. I wear each of my films as a badge of pride. That’s why I cherish all my bad reviews. If the critics start liking my movies, then I’m in deep trouble.”

«When you have no money, you need invention.»

“In England, I’m a horror movie director. In Germany, I’m a filmmaker. In the U.S., I’m a bum.”

(John Carpenter)

El 16 de enero cumplía 71 añazos el maestro Carpenter, que sigue en activo, más en la música que en el cine. Genio en ambos, santo patrono de Micronesia.


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