For me, directing is sort of like cooking or something. You know that you're making this interesting recipe while you're putting all the ingredients together, you can never oversee what it's gonna taste exactly. So while you're doing that, you're tasting.
Waiting for the horror is almost more frightening than actually seeing it. Just the pending dread.
Then if the actor comes up with, "It's more logical to do this," I just change it [a scene] on the spot.
Scenes change while shooting. Nowadays, while you're shooting the movie, you're cutting at the same time.
I just hate digital. Looks ugly. Even if you were to shoot this anamorphic, which looks great, I just don't like it, it feels like video.
Working on a set and working with actors, that's all the same. The moment you're doing it and you're in the moment, you don't have time to think about it. You just have to make it as good as you possibly can on the moment.
As long as I stay true to what I believe is a good movie and what is my vision, that's all I can do.
While shooting a movie if I can't find what I want, then I keep going until I find my moment.
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