Vincent Gallo: Well, let me say this.
Frida Giannini: No, you tell me.
Gallo: No. Then $10,000 to an agent, who does nothing.
Giannini: Yes, that’s why. You are playing a character, and I’m designing a character.
Gallo: That’s all bullshit.
Giannini: No, no. There are people who are waiting for the extreme pieces from the fashion show.
Gallo: Have you ever seen a million dollars in cash?
Giannini: Yeah, sure.
Gallo: It made me look at myself very closely. Don’t ask me why.
Giannini: The look of Robert Redford was so cool, so chic, so '70s, but very, very elegant.
Gallo: Yes. It was lonely, isolating, and overwhelming.
Giannini: It means it sells, and that’s very important to me.
Gallo: Brilliant. Elaine May's A New Leaf, with her and Walter Matthau.
Giannini: It is one of my favorite movies.
Gallo: I had her phone number and address, but when I buzzed her buzzer, on 53rd Street between Second and Third Avenues, me lugging this huge suitcase, there was nobody there.
Giannini: There is an entire industry of people who require me to be on time.
Gallo: Anyway, I went home and thought about it.
Giannini: What are you going to do next?