Fight Club

Fight Club (1999): “..You just want to be happy with who you really are..”

“Even though the protagonist of David Fincher’s Fight Club (1999) is completely different than me, his struggle to be his own person is something I can relate too. Especially when I was in high school. . . .

Michael Creutzburg

CinemAsia Film Festival Interview ENG: Michael Creutzburg.

“I am Michael Creutzburg. I am a writer and director of fiction films and I graduated in audiovisual media from the Utrecht School of the Arts in 2015. After my studies, I produced and directed several music videos and short films, some of which went to film festivals. . .

Human and Hound

Human and Hound.

Today in Human and Hound fashion…

Blow (2001): “I could have easily ended up inside a criminal organization.”

“My favorite movie is Blow (2001) and it is the story of George Jung a famous drugs dealer. He started, how do you call it, ‘como se diche?’. . .

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast (2016): “If you aren’t yourself, who are you then?” Always be yourself! No matter what.”

“Considering that I was just threatened by someone because of my choice of clothing, right before I stumbled upon you. . .

American Gangster (2007): “…the best ideas do come from real-life experiences.”

“Usually when I watch films that are based on a true story, I sometimes get this feeling where I’m like wow! People have really been through that?”