More From Gus Van Sant
- "Even when you’re making a movie about life, death is a presence, and I guess it’s part of my dramatic viewpoint. I’m not sure why exactly."
- "Death Valley is really wide-open – it’s bigger than Rhode Island – and it’s less a part of California than an ungoverned territory, so there’s lots of weird cops-and-robbers stuff going on."
- "The artist himself is actually the subject in everything after, say, 1900. Eventually, art becomes so removed from the community that you have to know about the artist before you can even look at the painting, because there is a conceptual idea going on."
More In Romantic
- "I’m probably a bit romantic about it, but I think we humans miss having contact with fire. We need it."― Jamie Oliver
- "I can never really enjoy being famous."― Utada Hikaru
- "Becoming a mother cannot help but change things. An author’s life is reflected in their writing, whether they want it to be or not, and parenthood is one of the biggest life changes there is."― Sarah Zettel