Monday, June 20, 2005

Wisdom from Writer/Director Paul Haggis

"You can't write things from your own perspective. If you're going to cast yourself in the film, you have to be the villain."

"It’s much easier to direct than to write. When you direct you just have 165 people staring at you wanting to know what to do. With writing you have that blinking cursor staring at you, which is much more difficult. That’s hard work. Directing is easy. I have great respect for directors, but compared to writing, I like directing."

  • Paul Haggis on the origins of his movie Crash

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