Films byTexts by Nicolas Roeg
Nicolas Roeg, 1971, 100’

“The script was fourteen or fifteen pages long. It was nothing of it, I had to do a lot on the script before presenting it to some money-people.

Nicolas Roeg, 1976, 139’

“Nicolas Roeg’s The man who Fell to Earth presents an alien (David Bowie) whose knowledge and experience of our world is entirely mediated by television.

Nicolas Roeg, 1980, 123’

“‘Young people are only just beginning to read film – they know the grammar, [...] They come from a visual generation, and film is a visual medium. But pretty well everyone over the age of twenty-five, I guess, maybe twenty-eight, is rooted in the literary tradition.