When I met Akira Kurosawa in Japan, one question he asked me was, "How did you actually make the children act the way they do?... - Abbas Kiarostami Quotes
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Quote:When I met Akira Kurosawa in Japan, one question he asked me was, "How did you actually make the children act the way they do? I do have children in my films but I find that I reduce and reduce their presence until I have to get rid of them because there's no way that I can direct them." - Abbas Kiarostami Quotes


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