By  on May 5, 2016

CREMA, Italy — Barren blue walls seem unusual for a film director known for being an exacting, detail-oriented professional with a deep understanding and appreciation of style, fashion and art and a passion for interior design — but that’s exactly what Luca Guadagnino has.

“I like images, but I am terrified by the amount out there,” explains Guadagnino, sitting comfortably on a lilac sofa strewn with pillows in his spacious living room here. “I like beautiful paintings but when I sit here, I like to look at an empty surface and I can imagine something in a more virginal way, rather than being influenced by another image, in addition to the other thousands that constantly attack us.”

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