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“The only screenplays that aren’t tampered with are the ones that aren’t made. Making a movie is an ensemble act. Writers are not authors out there. And scripts are not books. They’re blueprints. You work with others or you’re gone.”

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source: The Paris Review Interviews, vol. I (New York: Picador, 2006), 398.

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notes: Originally published in Issue 138 of The Paris Review, 1996.

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