Robert Rodriguez's movie-making hobby

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Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez continue to adapt Miller's "Sin City" graphic novels, this time with the second book mentioned in the title name. Dwight McCarthy (Josh Brolin) gets a call from his former lover, Ava Lord (Eva Green), who wants his help in escaping from her abusive husband, billionaire Damien Lord (Marton Csokas). However, Dwight soon learns that Ava's true intentions are far more sinister than they appear. Meanwhile, Nancy (Jessica Alba) struggles to cope with Hartigan’s (Bruce Willis) death.
July 13th, 2014

Robert Rodriguez became a hands-on filmmaker so he could keep his ''favorite hobbies''.

The 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' director - who also took on the roles of producer, composer, editor and cinematographer on the project - likes to get very involved in making a movie because it allows him to embrace his creativity.

He said: ''My favorite hobbies growing up were photography, drawing, music, making movies. I chose filmmaking because I could still keep all my favorite hobbies under the project of a film.

''So on all my early films, I did everything. And then as I got into the Hollywood system, I thought, 'I don't know why I should give up these things. They're still some of my favorite jobs.' ''

Rodriguez has always tried to make movies on a tight budget - his debut film 'El Mariachi' cost only $7,000 before Columbia Pictures spent $1 million to market it, earning double that when it was released.

He explained to Red Bulletin magazine: ''I was the one who made movies very inexpensively, so they would always turn a profit. I made 'El Mariachi' out of my apartment.

''I thought, 'I don't have to be in Hollywood, they don't care. As long as it shows up on their desk and they can distribute it and make some money off it, they don't care where you make it or how you make it'.

''I think formality went out of the window really quickly when I sold that movie.''