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Claude Chabrol: “There’s nothing original in my movies”

August 20, 2014

Mr. Chabrol, what is your least favorite aspect of making a film?

The part that I maybe like the least is writing the script. I always write with somebody and I always work the same way: handwriting with a special notebook where I know that every page corresponds with approximately one minute of shooting. When I write a movie I know exactly how long it will be. I also already have a clear vision of the images in my mind.

Which part do you like best?

I still love and find great joy in filmmaking. The part of the job that I love the most is being on set. Thanks to the 50 unlucky people that work with me all the time, they make my joy. When I start shooting I am surrounded by these technicians and actors who do nothing but to make…

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