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‘True Detective‘ would not pass The Bechdel Test.
I’m definitely sensitive to the idea of exploitation. You don’t want to glamorize certain things.
I have a really good relationship with Focus Features; we had a wonderful time working together on ‘Sin Nombre.’
An eight-hour movie is definitely not a two-hour movie. An eight-hour movie is really like five independent films, if you think about it, because each is usually an hour and a half. In some ways, it is like making a movie. It’s just a lot more information.
Writing, for me, is an inherent part of understanding the material on a deeper level.
There are elements to the 19th century which just don’t work for contemporary audiences.
I do want to direct a movie from horseback one day.
Literally, I don’t have a television. So I don’t really know what’s happening pop-culturally. I read the ‘New York Times.’ And there’s one worldwide cabin blog that I look at.
Some directors don’t get involved in the cinematography and are just about story, but I’m definitely more tactile than that in terms of my involvement in the minutiae.
There’s nothing I find more lazy than unmotivated camerawork just to make things look interesting.
When you have a script, and you’re discussing what it can be, and who going to play what role, that’s a kind of like a fantasy football game. You can imagine these different dream teams interpreting these characters that only exist in your head.
I think I learned discipline on ‘Jane Eyre.’ Charlotte Bronte’s dialogue, the intellectual duel between Rochester and Jane Eyre’s character, is so compelling that you didn’t have to do much with the placement of cameras.