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Out in the Open was a story about rugged men , whereas Lemon and Poppy Seed Cake stars a cast of women , which also happened in your feature debut, Solas. How does a man identify with a female-centric storyline, or are genders and gender roles not as important as telling interesting stories? Indeed — when I shot Solas , back in , people asked me the same thing.
The only thought I can express to you about that is that I am thrilled by stories about women; I like women, and when I was a boy, I had a lot more fun listening to girls.
I never got on with that hunky, macho-man business. I just try to be coherent with the characters and with the story, and I attempt to create intelligent characters, regardless of the sex of those roles. Because that already happened to me with Out in the Open , which was very much a film for macho men, for blokes who thump each other and reek of sweat. Women are not so interested in that, and I have my doubts about this new one, too.
And what I want is to be able to move and entertain an audience of any age, status, gender and social class. These are topics that are in any given narrative because they are an integral part of human beings. To cry or not to cry in the cinema? That is the question … Should we stand up for it? As a viewer, I will gladly pay for my ticket if I get emotional in a movie theatre. Crying at art, at a book or a song, can help you heal things: I remember that many people, even some in Japan, told me that Solas had changed their lives, and at that point, you realise that it was worth pouring so much effort into shooting a movie.