"I don’t see any difference between poetry and cinema. I don’t see any difference between being naked in body and being naked in soul. That is where I am. In plain honesty, naked in body and soul, in plain poetry. The dance of reality. I don’t want to make industrial films to earn money, to make a living. I want to make films to lose money, films that oblige me to search employment in other creations. The cinema to me is sacred. It must be of service to something, to open our consciousness, to unite us to the past, present and future, to save the world. Of course, we cannot change the world, but we can start to change it. Don’t ask me to present my film. All beings are infinite, my film is a being, it speaks for itself. I give you my honesty, my truth, this limited coffin where my infinite soul resides."