Why George Lucas & # 39; Star Wars success makes Francis Ford Coppola "unhappy"
It really is the ultimate version of the Hollywood filmmaker's puzzle. While every artist's instinct is to be creative, real success in the film industry means a lot of people want you to do the same thing over and over again. Obviously, George Lucas was not forced to follow the priorities he was demonstrating, and it clearly resulted in his enormous wealth and influence. Hence, it is difficult to argue against his decisions that work within the system and expand on his most successful idea (plus) he worked as a producer for most of the 1980s, supporting the visions of filmmakers like Jim Henson, Ron Howard, Paul Schrader and Akira Kurosawa.