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All my cuts are always about three hours, at the start, mainly because any scene in the movie that’s 90 seconds, I probably shot a five-minute version of. If you just extrapolate that through the whole movie, I have a very long version of every scene, usually because, if there’s one funny joke, I’ll shoot five because I don’t know if the one I like is going to work. I’ll get back-ups because my biggest fear is to be in previews, testing the movie, and a joke doesn’t work, but I have no way to fix it because I have no other line.
And how deeply do I let business considerations affect [screenwriting] choices that might otherwise be more or less esthetic? . . . Do I choose the upbeat rather than the downer ending because I know it will score better at the preview? Can the idea be sold in a single sentence? Can it compete with space aliens and tornadoes and missions impossible?
The power of imagination is the ultimate creative power.. no doubt about that. While knowledge defines all we currently know and understand.. imagination points to all we might yet discover and create. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions