Laszlo Nemes Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Laszlo Nemes Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Laszlo Nemes Sayings: We consider the Holocaust as being a sort of strange event taking place on another We consider the Holocaust as being a sort of strange event taking place on another planet; we never understood in a visceral way that this is something that took place in the heart of man. That's something that you can feel, the genocidal tendency is within human nature. It seems that if we forget about this, our future is also compromised.
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Laszlo Nemes Sayings: There are genocidal tendencies that are at the heart of the human potential, and I There are genocidal tendencies that are at the heart of the human potential, and I think if we don't talk about it, we're not preparing ourselves for a better future.
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Laszlo Nemes Sayings: It's a movie depiction you don't want to screw up. It's a movie depiction you don't want to screw up.
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Laszlo Nemes Sayings: There's digital fatigue. When you can do everything, you can actually do nothing. There's digital fatigue. When you can do everything, you can actually do nothing.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: If I have to shoot on digital, I will not make the film. If I have to shoot on digital, I will not make the film.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: We have progressed in a technological sense, but I'm not so sure whether we have We have progressed in a technological sense, but I'm not so sure whether we have progressed in a civilizational matter - the quality of the civilization has not improved. It's a civilization that's in love with technology but forgetting about the human side of it and the destructive tendency in human civilization has not been faced.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: I really wanted to take the viewer to the 'here and now' regarding the exterminations, I really wanted to take the viewer to the 'here and now' regarding the exterminations, and communicate directly in a visceral way. The art of cinema can communicate that way, and that's why I wanted to do it that way.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: Sometimes all we need is only listening to an inner voice and remaining human in Sometimes all we need is only listening to an inner voice and remaining human in a very personal way. But even if it is a personal way, it's still a very valid way - maybe the most valid way. It doesn't have to be a collective experience or someone telling you what to do. The most sacred human experience can be a very personal one.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: When I began research, I read the writings of the Sonderkommandos. They are not well When I began research, I read the writings of the Sonderkommandos. They are not well known, but these prisoners wrote from the middle of hell from Auschwitz, to let the world know what happened. The texts were buried beneath the ground and found after the liberation of the concentration camps.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: I believe in the directorial point of view and directorial choices. I believe in the directorial point of view and directorial choices.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: We're losing film, especially in projection, we're losing a great achievement of civilization. A still We're losing film, especially in projection, we're losing a great achievement of civilization. A still image and darkness make up 50% of the experience. The still images become movement in your head. That's the magic of cinema.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: If there's no magic of cinema, you only have the plain imagery of television. We If there's no magic of cinema, you only have the plain imagery of television. We are moving more and more towards a world devoid of meaningful experiences. We're going to the surface.
Laszlo Nemes Sayings: We have seen and do see the type of evil that is within human civilization, We have seen and do see the type of evil that is within human civilization, and the Holocaust took place in European history during an advanced state of technology and form of civilization, only to become an event in that history that questioned what civilization actually means.