Inspiring quotes by Luca Guadagnino

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Luca Guadagnino

  • If you desire something, you don’t have it. It is more interesting than enjoyment, because enjoyment erases the mysteries and the vision of desire. Desire opens up possibilities but never achieves anything, whereas enjoyment is just the brutal achievement of something – and after that, it’s done.
  • The concept of muse is alien to me. To speak of a muse implies there is a couple in which one person is the objectified passive element – there to help the creative, active, often male part of the duo to create. A muse is very passive. Who wants a muse? I don’t want a muse.
  • In 1993, my first documentary was about the civil war in Algeria. That was in French and in Arabic. Another short film I did was silent. What I’m trying to say is that, yes, I’m Italian, and yes, I make films with Italian money, but personally, I’ve always been invested in the broader world of film-making.
  • I’m interested in form, in the shape of things. And in commitment to the degree of never letting go the quest for the meaning of things. That can come off as beauty and style, but that’s not where I start from.
  • My father is a teacher; my mother was a telecom employee. I come from Palermo; I was raised in Ethiopia. I am homosexual. I didn’t go to film school.
  • Moviemaking is a dirty, tiring affair. The joy comes from the possibility to be free on set and really let loose.
  • I only cast the actors and actresses I fall in love with – truly having an emotion for them, an anticipation and enthusiasm when seeing them – and I believe that my emotional confidence in them blends into chemistry. It’s always been like that, and I hope I won’t be wrong in the future.
  • I’m a very eclectic person, and I enjoy multiple tastes; I’m like a bee who jumps from flower to flower. Before I die, I have to make a war movie, a Western, and a movie like Mike Nichols, because I love him.
  • I am more interested in revolutionary beauty than in the great beauty, to be honest. Italian cinema is now mostly a bureau for tourism. We have given up that revolution of the contemporary.
  • I’m one of those directors who read reviews, even if they’re bad, because I started as a film critic as a cinema student. I indulge in the art of criticism in general.

Luca Guadagnino, born on August 10, 1971, in Palermo, Italy, is an acclaimed Italian director, producer, and screenwriter. He gained international fame for his work on the romantic drama “Call Me by Your Name” (2017), which received widespread critical acclaim and garnered multiple awards, including an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Guadagnino’s distinctive style is characterized by lush visuals and deeply emotional storytelling. His other notable works include “I Am Love” (2009), “A Bigger Splash” (2015), and the reimagining of the horror classic “Suspiria” (2018).

He has also ventured into television, directing the HBO series “We Are Who We Are” (2020). Known for his collaborative approach, Guadagnino often works with a close-knit group of actors and crew members, creating films that are both visually stunning and emotionally resonant.

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