Sincere attempts

Film "They were sincere attempts. I think Kafka was a failure. King of the Hill. The Underneath is a failure. I should have done that very differently. I've made movies since then that don't work for people -- there are a lot of people that don't like Full Frontal, don't like Bubble. But I feel like I got what I was after with those films, I understood what I was trying to do. They succeeded on their own terms. But the earlier films, I just hadn't hit the next level yet." -- Steven Soderbergh doesn't rate much of his career. I think that means I really am the only person in the world people who honestly thinks he hasn't made a bad film. I thought there were two of us. [via]

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