"I first started making films with Derek Jarman in England in the 1980s... we were very close friends and we made seven films together over the nine years before he died in 1994, contactmusic.com quoted Swinton as saying."
Los Angeles, July 1 - Scottish actress Tilda Swinton thinks she can't waste her life working with people she doesn't like very much.

The Snowpiercer actress worked on a number of projects with director Derek Jarman, including Aria, Caravaggio and The Last of England. And during that time the fun she had on the set made her realise that work is only enjoyable if you working with right people.

I first started making films with Derek Jarman in England in the 1980s... we were very close friends and we made seven films together over the nine years before he died in 1994, contactmusic.com quoted Swinton as saying.

I learned very early on that filmmaking is amongst the most fun things that can be done in a group, in the cold and the rain in the middle of the night when the food has run out... so ever since then, I have chosen the people first above every other element... life is too short to be working alongside people you don't like A LOT for years on end..(sic).


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