Guy Ritchie — British Director born on September 10, 1968,

Guy Stuart Ritchie is an English filmmaker known for his crime films. He left secondary school and got entry-level jobs in the film industry in the mid-1990s. He eventually graduated to directing commercials. He directed his first film in 1995, a 20-minute short which impressed investors who backed his first feature film, the crime comedy Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. He then directed another crime comedy, Snatch. His next two films, the romantic comedy Swept Away and the crime drama Revolver were not commercial or critical successes. The next crime drama, RocknRolla, received mixed reviews and a modest box office return. In 2009, he directed his first films in the action mystery genre, with Sherlock Holmes and its sequel Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Both films were major box office successes, and the two films received positive, and moderately positive reviews, respectively... (wikipedia)

I suppose directing on set is the most fun because it's a good crack and you feel you're on the battlefield whereas writing is a fairly solitary undertaking.
The best thing to do is find one person in your life and try to love them unconditionally. If you've accomplished that, you've accomplished a lot.
You get a different kick out of all aspects of filmmaking.
I got too fed up with films that didn't make you think. I liked the idea of one that you'd have to be dancing around with. I like my mind to be engaged when I watch a film.
We're quite volatile as individuals, but that doesn't work exponentially when we are together. Relationships are about eating humble pie.