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"I think moments of contemplation are important for us, the viewer, to have a sense of one-on-one connection or a private connection with the character."
Joshua Marston
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"I use film as an excuse to go out into the world and research different characters and different people’s lives."
Joshua Marston
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Explore the Nine Lives of Rachel Weisz in Complete Unknown!
Joshua Marston on the idea for this unique character study, the underlying theme behind the film, and why screenwriters need to get out more.
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"You have to write, and you have to allow yourself to make some garbage, too. I understand the impulse to be a perfectionist and only want to make great things but just finishing a screenplay is the achievement. That’s it. Don’t worry about if you’re going to sell it or what’s going to happen, just finish it."
Jim Strouse
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"Just think of any day that you live and all the conflicting thoughts and feelings that you have, the chaotic jumble. You’ve got to try to catch that and harness it to some degree for all of your characters."
Jim Strouse
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