A Kindred Spirit in a world full of Normals
Tony Kaye, director
"I was excited about the idea of human life existing within a tiny piece
of technology," he says. "As a kid, I believed that inanimate objects
were alive and reincarnated from a human being. For instance, now I'm
looking at my hat and thinking it was a human being that clearly didn't
do so well in its last life."
- Tony Kaye, interview with Campaign 13-Jun-08
An amazing read for an amazing man. What I got from this article was he gets paid to be his wacky, weird, unbarable-at-times self.
Now, call me self-absorbed, but those of you who actually know me, know that I rarely toot my own horn, but I feel like I could really have something in common with this man. We are a like in many ways, my hidden talents just have yet to be unearthed.
I definitely recommend a read of the entire piece here and I look forward not only to the new Kronenbourg ad coming out, but his films that are on the horizon as well.
He did American History X. A phenomenal film. I own it on VHS!
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