"I have enough money," he says, surprising no one, "to make my kind of movies. God knows where they'll be shown. I'm sure they'll be shown in theaters somewhere: I don't know how big the release will be, because I don't have control over things like that. But now, with the DVD market and stuff, there's room, I think, for a sort of alternative cinema. Just as we've got documentaries now in theaters, which is a great thing, I think eventually there's a whole other area of [experimental] cinema that hasn't really been pushed into the mainstream. Hopefully I can help change that."