I had a work ethic from a young age and it came from outer space.
And Clint probably didn't make a follow-up movie because what is he going to say: They all get shot or something, or they died of dehydration or turned to working in a cathouse? It's not like now, I don't know what's wrong with people now, but they seem to be cynical or something.
She had a deep need for excitement.
I don't know the exact details but they lost the financial control of the film and they had to sell it to somebody who was a horror film person.
He loves them and they love him! I think it could be because I worked so much during that time and also because I'm a survivor of an era where a lot of people from that time are not with us anymore.
They think it's something that messes up your head to look at your rushes.
They just radiated off the film because they both had their own kind of energy and stuff going on, but when you put them together, whatever energy and quality that they had going on turned into magic.
There was violence going on around us outside of our production and it was kind of like the same, sad people on our picture thought, 'Oh, what's going to happen to us here? She runs off at the end, and God-knows what happens to her? And that actor was wounded and had to go to the hospital, but it was an accident.