Why do people want to watch movies? – The Guardian
When I first began making movies, I didn’t think about it too much.
I’d watch a few and then I’d move on.
I’d watch it again, maybe it was a little better, and then move on to something else.
That’s the way it always goes.
But now that I’m working on a film, I’m still not sure what I’m doing.
Is I just trying to do my best?
Or am I trying to be more of a social media influencer?
I don’t want to make the mistake of saying I want to become a social influencer, because I’m not.
I’m trying to create a world that I want others to be part of, and that means I’m always thinking about the way I present my work.
And it means I try to make my film as engaging as possible.
But what do I want people to see?
And how do I make that happen?
The main thing is that I think my movies are going to be a reflection of my life.
It’s a reflection on who I am, my experiences, and my journey, which has been a lot of fun for me.
But there are other things I want them to show people, too.
I want viewers to know that I was born and raised in the city of New York, and I’ve been living there for the last five years, which is a long time.
But when I’m making movies about the world, I want my characters to know they’re from another world, and they’re not just human.
They’re not human because they’re human.
And I want the audience to see that I am able to speak for myself, and not just as a person who has been living here for a long, long time, or even just as an actor.
I want people in the audience of my films to feel like I’m a part of the same world as the people I’m speaking about.
I hope that I can get the audience on my side by telling them that I don’t take myself too seriously, and by showing that I have a lot to offer.
I hope people get that from watching my movies, and maybe even from my life, too!