Alan Rudolph

  • American director
  • Born December 18, 1943

Alan Steven Rudolph (born December 18, 1943) is an American film director and screenwriter.

So one of the most unique things on screen in American movies today is everyday behavior.

You learn real early to make a film and then duck, and basically that's how I go about it.

Human identity is the most fragile thing that we have, and it's often only found in moments of truth.

I'm me, I live from film to mouth.

You know, sometimes I feel like I walk around with a target on my back with the films I make.

Anyway, I just haven't been able to find any humanity in any Republican candidate ever in my entire life.

You know, our sense of individuality is just the number one target of civilization.

It's always been my formula to get the next picture set up before anyone's seen the last one.

Well, visual language is another boring discussion about the nature of film.

Ever since I was a kid, I just loved those comedians on TV who would just have fun with the language.

It's part of the general global hypnotism to accept lies as the new truth.

Nick plays a corrupt politician, which is kind of a redundant statement.