I feel that many of my Father’s works have a mysterious feel and have deep underlining meanings to them.
What did this director want to portray in his works? What was he really thinking?
think you can say that the mysterious element is there due to the fact
that his films were science fiction oriented. Now, by saying this I may
upset some of my Father’s fans, but I really don’t think my Father
liked sci-fi and mysterious things that much.
More than that, as
I had mentioned before, he really liked documentaries and science.
Between the real world with its theories and the world of sci-fi, which
is of the imagination, it was his task to figure out how to create a
world within the genre of sci-fi, which is filled with unlimited
possibilities, and to then express this in a very limited environment
of visual footage.
I believe he faced many hardships with this.
And as a result, perhaps this is why he left his works with room for accommodating the audience’s imagination.