17:45 Tom Ford gives us his version of "Blue Steel"!
tom really got pissed around 18 min. poor interviewer
kudos to this man....he made a masterpiece
You've pulled off something special here Mr.Ford!Bucking Frilliant&you had something to say!You went Full On Peckinpah-Malick by the 2nd&3rd acts,disn't see that coming!This rang alot of bells for me personally,so like God Bless&Always Bew Well and all that:)....
"Follow the signs, I'm wise enough to realize that I failed at this situation because it's pushing me to a different direction." -Tom Ford
What's not to like about Tom Ford?
I saw Nocturnal Animals yesterday (haven't seen A Single Man) and Tom Ford has earned my respect, he did such a terrific job with this movie. He's clearly not someone who just goes into film for the hell of it or anything but he has really something to say. This interview reflects that.
I like TF's rich bitch voice
Extreme Noir Tom Ford you say?The cologne smells magnificent, but now he's a film maker..wow !!!
What a terrible interview
he has a slight similarity to ryan reynolds
Amy is the Collin Firth of Noc!
Referring to Nocturnal Animals.
Feel like his putting up such a front. Like, I don't feel we're seeing the real Tom in interviews, because it's like he tries too hard to live up to his image. Don't know... he seems a little too... unnatural. He is sweet, but just fake I think :)
Haha, "I learned to read in the first grade..." The subtle shade from this guy.
Another great interview. (Spoiler alert should be added to the title)
Such an intelligent, interesting person this gentleman, Tom Ford 💫
He speaks with such conviction and passion :) Really love watching his interviews for this film!
just saw it beautiful as expected plus Abel's soundtrack top class!
Stupid questions. The Type A questions that you do not want to ask and which people actually find annoying. We have better interviewers in the world. Please replace him.
I loved the movie, it was so intense and so well writen. Looking foward to his next film
Didn’t like the machine-gun like style of the questions... the interviewer seems almost angry. Tom is such a dreamboat! Love him.
beauty is a parabola and he's just past the point of hotness. you can still see the residue of it when you look closely.
Am I the only one who noticed the nasty jab at James Earl Jones? He made a couple of acclaimed movies and now he thinks he can just judge every other artist in the film industry?
The "Have we started the interview??" thing happens EVERY TIME on this channel
Most unbearable interviewer
my question just answered itself
Amazing man, mind, heart and soul.
I'm paying close attention to what Tom Ford saying and it's clear that he is a very organized man, which is very rare for creative people in general, pretty much like how I am. He's the most influential designer today and now an acclaimed film maker, director, and producer. Hence, he is such an inspiration for me moving forward with all my projects, being a novelist, entrepreneur building a business that includes a myriad of business units.
Him being so controlled in how he speaks and presents himself actually makes him less attractive and fascinating as a person - which at least for me is exactly how he seemed from just looking at him - enigmatic and captivating - so that is a bit sad, as he seemed not spontaneous and perhaps less authentic..I wonder what feeling about him did You get from that interview..?But as an artist and a director/writer he is simply a genius! I remember seeing A Single Man for the first time - it was like watching an art gallery show in moving form, each shot framed so exactly and precisely, like a painting of its own. It was one stunning intimate character piece!Thank you for this interview and many others, DP. I love how you manage to bring out things in people, which they talk about broader than a typical movie interview. It makes it possible to get to know the actors/directors better as people, which is what's most fascinating.
I UNSUBSCRIBED because of what happened around 18:00. Holy shit. Awful interviewing.
This is a really good movie.Its not for the faint of heart.
Damn, this guy gets it.
Morgan Freeman xD 1:40
do you think he's referring to either liam Neeson or Sam jackson
I thought the film was totally forgettable. Amy Adam's was good in the silent parts where she was alone......it was very film noir.Some of the parts where Amy was in her office/work enviornment were also good.The rest of the film was boderline awful and did not work. Sorry.I love Tom Fords clothes and fragrances. Went into the Las Vegas boutique recently and the women's clothes are gorgeous and very high quality.
There must be something not to like or respect about this fucking guy. I mean Jesus Christ. I'd seen both of his fantastic films and until recently, I had no idea this was the same Tom Ford who Jay Z liked enough to turn his name into a chorus. Then I saw a picture of him on IMdB, and became angry that someone so young and so much more handsome than I could be so successful in two very different worlds of art, while maintaining the integrity to not let one world contaminate the other. Then I saw that he was not young at all and just looks about 30 years younger than he really is. Then I thought, "oh he's probably just a handsome Harvey Weinstein who just uses his power in the industries to force himself upon women." Then I found out he's actually gay and married to a handsome man and they have a child together. At this point I start looking for interviews with him just praying he's a pretentious asshole who looks down an all who aren't on his level... Nope... turns out he's just a super nice guy. Now I'm really hoping he's a serial killer or a pedophile or something so that I can at least have one thing I don't respect about him
This interviewer is an ass
the way he talks and acts sounds pretentious but honestly idc. he's brilliant and I'm looking forward towards his next film
to see how tom talks and his mannerisms, i'd love to see him work with stanley tucci. they have a eerily similar vibe.
Ford should direct the Harley Quinn movie, he might make it a more feminist character study on combating a male dominated world. And yes, it should be done much better than last summer's Ghostbusters.