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The greatest king of Israel, King David, the author of the Psalms, sent a man out to die in battle so that he could sleep with his wife.
 

The money part is one of the most difficult things. Coppola always said I should do a tango movie. If it hadn't been for him, I don't know where we would have gotten the money.
 

There was nothing wrong with shouting at God.
 

To this day, I still think Lonesome Dove is my best part.
 

Today, everything has to be made by committee, and has to have special effects, but there's always room for good films.
 

Too many people think that economics is this subject that should wait until the university level. But it can't wait that long.
 

Very often some of the religious miracle plays you see on television can be very corny, I find. And so simplistic.
 

We all have a cradle-to-the-grave journey to make and, in between, what do you do? There's got to be something hereafter.
 

We either accept weaknesses in good people or we have to tear pages out of the Bible.
 

You get below the Mason-Dixon line and you have some of the best music, culture, the two races, the literature, and it's so rich.
 

You have a little bit of feeling for everyone you play.
 

You just can't take a crash course to be a tango dancer in a movie.
 

You really have to soak up the culture of the people to get it right. If you're making a fiction film, it's entertainment, but you want it to be as real as possible.
 


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