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The Guardian Interview: Gael Garcia Bernal

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire May 23, 2007 at 6:50AM

"Doing films in Mexico is pretty difficult; it's not yet a self-sustaining industry," says Gael Garcia Bernal. "But one thing you can do is manage to make films without very much money. There was an energy developing around the things that we wanted to do, and there came a point when we thought, 'You know what, why don't we concentrate all this energy? Why don't we make it in practical terms and build a company?'" Garcia Bernal is in Cannes with his directorial debut, "Deficit." The Guardian reports.
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"Doing films in Mexico is pretty difficult; it's not yet a self-sustaining industry," says Gael Garcia Bernal. "But one thing you can do is manage to make films without very much money. There was an energy developing around the things that we wanted to do, and there came a point when we thought, 'You know what, why don't we concentrate all this energy? Why don't we make it in practical terms and build a company?'" Garcia Bernal is in Cannes with his directorial debut, "Deficit." The Guardian reports.