David's interviews are almost as rare as his films.
Does that sound like the single, best reason to cherish every one of them?
Alrighty then. Enjoy this excerpt:
On the question, which of his movies David likes best ...
"You know, it's like saying, "Who are your favourite children?" I don't know. "Alien³" I don't even consider. I like "Se7en", but I don't think it's my best film. I like "The Game", I think it's a little misguided from what it was supposed to be, and it's misinterpreted -- people thought it was more serious than it was intended to be. I like "Fight Club" a lot, I'm very proud of that. I like "Panic Room", but I also think "Panic Room" is one of those little guilty pleasure popcorn movies.
Scott Rudin [the producer] called me and said, "I saw your movie, I loved it. It's a cheesy popcorn movie produced within an inch of its life." I thought, I'd like to see that on the poster ..."
The Scott Rudin part certainly did it for me!
You can follow up on the entire Q&A on the BBC website: