The Los Angeles Times Features Tom Ford
Writer/Director/Producer Tom Ford details the many facets of his career and the nuances of film for The Times.
“The personality of the brand is totally different than telling a story. While that comes from me, that doesn’t have anything to do with who I am inside, deeply inside. Whereas film can be about what you are deeply inside. I don’t think you would realize from looking at my ads as Tom Ford that I struggle with materialism and spirituality or sorrow or depression or, in the case of George’s character, suicide. I’m not really going to do very well selling suicide.”
The full piece, with insight from his collaborators on Nocturnal Animals, is up at The Los Angeles Times.
...ambitious psychological thriller in the vein of David Lynch, David Cronenberg, and Stanley Kubrick.
Ford is both an intoxicating sensualist and an accomplished storyteller, with as fine an eye for character detail as he has for color and composition.
A wildly entertaining, meticulously constructed mix of character drama and dark thriller.