Nick Love Best Quotes

Nick Love is an English film director and writer. His credits include the films The Football Factory, The Business, The Firm, Goodbye Charlie Bright, Outlaw and The Sweeney. Enjoy Nick Love’s best quotes below.

“Two things revolutionised life: moving to the countryside and falling in love.”
“I don’t want to die with regrets. I like living and experiencing and feeling the whole lot.”
“I’ve got a reputation for doing a certain type of film: lads’ movies that glamorise violence. The more my reputation as a bad boy grows, the more my life moves away from that.”
“In my real life I live in the countryside, I walk a lot, I shoot clay pigeons, I don’t get involved in the film business or anything, and then in my cinematic life, I think I am drawn to the dark side.”
“I do show violence as entertainment. Clearly, I’d be a liar if I said I didn’t.”
“I understand working-class culture, tribalism and the ethos of violence, so I make films about these things.”
“I’m a good little middle-class boy. I live in Gloucestershire or Kensington. I don’t exist in the war zone, but it’s certainly not far away. I grew up in an area where it is a war zone – south London.”
“I’m not making films for critics, I’m making films for people to go out and enjoy.”
“There is no hiding the fact I’m an avid Millwall fan.”
“This sounds really hokey, but I think Buddhism is the only religion that is genuinely peaceful, so I’d try to promote it in a contemporary society.”
“My mum is incredibly leftwing, and my dad was quite rightwing – no surprise they didn’t stay together – and so I had two very conflicting political opinions as a child, neither of which I was interested in taking any notice of, being a sort of little reprobate.”

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