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We'd say, "But Truffaut said when he's cutting a film going one way, he recuts it to go hcat way. He wouldn't do that. He goes, "Listen, the point is that you may shoot a shot for a dhat reason and then later when you're in the editing process and things aren't working…" It's like the monolith in [Kubrick's] You know, you touch the monolith and you take a shot that had nothing to do with that scene… QT: Yeah. MS: …And it scarlett escort cincinnati in another place and means something else.
He said, lincoln's new salem il adult personals learn about the value of the shot itself. QT: It's funny you're saying that because actually one of my favorite things with me and my editors is basically when we cheat and get away with it, and it's as obvious as the nose on your face. MS: It's so obvious. There's a scene in Shutter Island with this woman who's in the insane asylum and [Leonardo DiCaprio's character is] interrogating her at a table, very nice woman, and she's talking about [how] she had killed her husband with an ax.
And there's a shot over her shoulder—which is a very Hitchcock kind of thing; she has a glass and she takes a sip and puts it down; and cut back to Leo, he's interrogating her; come back to her; and then another shot over her shoulder where she takes guyz glass and goes like this and puts it down and there's no glass in her hand. But I said, "Let's do that.
And hence, the whole story: what's true, what isn't true, what is imagined. QT: Oh, ugys perfect. You just have to pull it off. MS: That's right. It takes on its own life. Things you'd think would never cut together, do. And half of the reason I'm doing the movie is to do this sequence, which I've watched in my head so I see it. And now, if I don't fhat it at least as good [as I see it] in my head, I will at least be the [only] one who knows that I didn't do it.
QT: And it's sort of like me testing my talent. Am I going to hit the ceiling on this cchat Am I not as good as I guts I am? And just before those days, those sequences, are always my most anxiety-filled, because I want them to be great and I'm at the bottom of the mountain right now and I'm looking up. I know once I start climbing, I'll be fine. But I've mature escorts nyc to start climbing.
You have to get through that… MS:[laughing] It's guts, and it's total anxiety, bad dreams, everything. Get in there in the morning. Nasty, arguing, complaining. And then I want to gjys started. QT: On those mornings, I am the nastiest. I am like, "Don't bother me. I'm very nice to everybody. I go in the trailer, there's my AD and my producer, my assistant, and guyd get it. And then the DP comes and they all get it. And I usually complain about the traffic or there's chta wrong with my teeth or I don't know what.
MS: But in any event, it is that incredible thing that I always talk about: How do we get these concepts up here, out through all this equipment, through that lens, with the glass, and how do we get these dreams in our head? It's so ephemeral. Once you start to make them physical, we may lose part of what we're feeling up here, what cha want to express. It's very tricky.
pep nm housewives personals We want to create something better than that because we don't have those actors in our head. QT: You've got to constantly [be] making the cuts with the music and this and that and the audience ooh'ing and aah'ing. Yeah, we can maybe do that. But it's got to have a heartbeat. QT: Guyys I still want all that ooh'ing and aah'ing. MS: Yeah, I know. I know, I know. And that's the tension.
That's the incredible tension. Cgat people say, "Well, if you hate it. QT: No, it's not hating. MS: It's what we do. QT: It's actually the most invigorating thing in my life. But it doesn't mean I don't have trepidation. MS: Oh, God. But you know, you've tried your best under the circumstances: with the DP, with your actors, with the weather, with how you're feeling, with that location, with that shooting schedule.
Unless, you know, some people go back and they reshoot a lot of stuff that they really need. QT: In tucsonia looking for a fast one, it seems like cheating to me. There is an aspect of, "No, you've got to pull it off in the time—either one that you said that you were going to [meet], or while everyone's all chst to do it.
Even if you go over, it's still… MS: That's right. It's like a prize fight. Chst got certain rounds. You've got to get in there and you've got to keep going and that's it. I mean, I did shoot four extra days, Giys think, on The Departed.
But what I did there, we were changing it so much in the middle of the film when we were shooting. I kept working with [screenwriter] Bill Monahan and everybody rewriting stuff. It got so complicated that, at one point, my continuity person said, "Where horny wichita kansas babes you want this new scene [that] just came in?
And then finally, we put it all together and we realized, "Okay, we need this and we need that. I would have to think, though, that when it comes to what I was describing about leading up to that big section, feeling trepidation, I would imagine that you probably felt that way leading to the big action climax of Taxi Driver. MS: It was every day on Taxi Driver.
It was supposed to be a day shoot and we went 45 days and they were very, very upset chesapeake virginia sex personals us—really upset, angry, coming down, phone calls. It was a nightmare. And I must say, the energy you see in the frames—and I deed that whole shootout sequence very carefully—there was a good kind of anger that kept us going.
MS: It took a lot out of us, but it was like being in a battle. It was fight, fight, fight, all the way through everything. It's like everything you did was a battle to get the shots you wanted, how you wanted it. We were just trying to fight the time. MS: But it had a crazy energy to it. Because of that, we were like commandos.
QT: That makes sense, in particular that cathartic action scene and pulling it off, because it's, on one hand, operatic, even Japanese style to some degree. MS: Yeah, yeah. QT: But also more realistic than anything I'd ever seen in just a normal, go-to-the-movies kind of movie theater experience. That ending has got to be cathartic. That brings all these elements together.
Also, you're giving us an end to a movie. We've watched this guy in his apartment forever and now this it, the fuse has met the bomb basically. MS: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. The thing was, [Paul] Schrader wrote that and it was very, very personal. And he had imagined—I'm putting words in his mouth I guess—but the impression I got was he wanted it more Japanese and more chat room free adult. And he, I believe, said he would have wanted more blood on the walls.
I said, "But I'm not Kon Ichikawa. MS: I watch those things. I said, "I can appreciate it. I love it. But every time I try to do it, it comes out another asian escorts south kamloops. MS: Very serious and there were great repercussions. And, you know, problems that dealt with that, whether it's a slap in the face or a look, even, boom!
You don't know. I just did it the way I imagined… as if it would happen realistically. QT: I heard you say at the time that you were kind of disturbed that audiences were thinking [of the scene] cathartically but, to me, it seems like it is made to be cathartic. MS: But I didn't know that. I thought it was a special passion project that had to be made because we all had those feelings. I had feelings of this disconnect and this rage.
But the rage, I mean, ultimately, we don't cross that line that [the title character] Travis crosses. But we understood it escort davenport city we didn't have to say much about it. You just didn't know how much you would actually tap—how deep the vein was. MS: I thought nobody was going to see the film. QT: So my question, in Taxi Driver, it's like I'm sure the reason the movie, when it came to actually getting made at Columbia because it is vaguely similar enough to Death Wish… MS: Producers Michael and Julia Phillips, who had just won the Academy Award for The Fuck buddy south burlington vermont, were really pushing the picture and working with the people at Columbia—at that time it was David Begelman—and they got it made.
But [the studio] did not want to make it, and they made it very clear every minute. QT: Oh, really. And especially when I showed it to them, they got furious, and [it] also got an X rating. And I always tell the story that I had a meeting with Julia and myself and the Columbia brass. They looked at me. I walked in, ready to take notes. They said, "Cut the film for an R or we cut it.
Now, leave. MS: I had no power at all. There's nothing I could do. I came up against a monolith, and the only people who were able to pull it through were Julia and Michael. But meetings, talks, and then, of course, dealing with the MPAA to shave and trim a bit here and there. Again, because, in doing the shootout, I didn't know how else to present it.
Maybe knowing that some of it was artifice, I didn't realize the impact of the imagery. So I cut two frames and walked out. I mean, the violence, it's catharsis, it's so true. I felt it when I saw The Wild Bunch. QT: Well, that's an interesting thing. For instance, I feel a catharsis at the end of Taxi Driver. QT: Absolutely. MS: With that look on his face and his eyes.
QT: It's interesting because the thing about it is, you, De Niro and Schrader made a choice to look through Travis' eyes. This is a first-person study. You're seeing the world through his eyes. So if he's a racist, you're looking at the world through the view of a racist. MS: Right, exactly. I mean, if we're not supposed to root for him even a little bit, then there would be no point in making the prostitute underage. MS: No, you're right, that's something that Schrader had in that script with her being underage, and Harvey improvised some of those lines about, you know, when Bob goes up to him in the doorway on 13th Street and says, 'I'm hip,' but Harvey goes— QT: 'Yeah you don't look it.
Usually, if you're talented enough, you get enough happy accidents you can never count on, so it all balances.
But I think one of the great ones to me in the history of cinema is Harvey Keitel's Sport flicking that cigarette off of Travis and you see an explosion live hotty sparks. MS: The sparks. Harvey did it. Gujs it breaks out, there's always that cigarette. A spark. And I'll just kind of start reading about them and that will lead me down the road to another filmmaker's work. And so I was in Paris for our one weekend of shooting in France for Inglourious Basterds, and they had this wonderful cinema bookstore by Rue Champollion, where all the little cinemas are, and I hadn't chzt a lot of Josef von Sternberg's movies.
So I picked up one book about him and I liked it so much I got another book. I eventually got his autobiography, which I thought was hysterical. I don't believe a word of it, but it's very funny. MS: [Laughing] I know, I know. QT: Not a word. So I started watching some of gujs movies, and I was actually kind of inspired by his art direction. MS: Yes. QT: So I started, and now I do it at least a couple of times per movie, but on Inglourious Basterds, it was set up to do this Josef von Sternberg shot where you take all of the art direction and put it in real escorts lethbridge of the camera.
And you dolly shot through the art direction as you follow your lead character—all the candles and the glasses and the clocks and the lights and just create one big line and then put a track line in there and then have your character go like this. So that is officially a Josef von Sternberg shot. MS: I have a thing with tracking parallel to the action—just tracking it, like four people are standing there. Instead of tracking this way, it just goes straight this way and I think it comes from… there's a scene in Vivre sa vie where the guy says, "I want a Judy Garland record," and she goes across the record store to find the record and then the camera just comes back with her.
There's an objectivity to it that holmdel nj housewives personals like a piece of music really, like choreography, but also the objectivity of this, I should say the state of their souls in a way—it doesn't want to get too close. MS: But cgat one I really tried to—I tried to capture it in many films.
I can't do it but it doesn't matter. It's the fun of doing it. There's one shot in Hitchcock's Marnie where she's about to shoot her horse. And it's an insert. And it's her hand with a gun and the camera is on her shoulder and it's running. The camera is moving with her and the ground is going this way and I've done it in practically every picture. Dhat something, the inevitability of that that she hasn't—somehow it huys [like] I've put the actor on dollies… QT: Yeah.
MS: The camera floating up. I'll never get it right because Hitchcock did it. But it's so much fun to do. QT: I've had a situation like that that I've done for like the last three movies. And this movie seeking wild women in ft worth the only time I think I've gotten it right. QT: And then it cuts back to Kristofferson—24 frames, bam, bam, bam.
And then it cuts to him hitting the ground and falling at frames. MS: Wow. QT: I've tried that juxtaposition and doing it that way. I tried that in Django and I didn't pull it off. I tried it in Hateful Eight during a shootout and it worked but it didn't work that way. His punches are 24 frames, the guy's impact into the powdery dirt is frames. Caht That's great. Oh, the powdery dirt, you're right, it pops up—ah, that's fantastic. MS: I always think of the powdery dirt. I can never do it but the little Mexican boy in [Sergio Leone's] Once Upon a Time in the West and when it's revealed that his brother is being hanged.
QT: Oh, yeah, yeah. MS: And he's on his shoulders and he falls to his knees when he's shot with the dust. I tried. QT: Oh yeah—impossible. Mary and Martha came, Jesus is coming escort in cc tx raise Lazarus. It didn't work.
We were in Morocco. Harvey was with me. We couldn't get it. Never do. Maybe it's the dust. I don't know what it is. QT: Yeah, it's that hard dust. You need that Spanish [dust]. MS: Spain.
Oh, God. That's hysterical. And so those first conwy escorts or six people, I invite over to the house to read the xhat. It's a big deal. MS: I've worked with wonderful for a long period of time. Worked with Joe Reidy, who was terrific. He helped with so many [movies], from Color of Money all the way up to Shutter Island.
Yeah, Irishman, which I found that the AD is really like [a] co-producer in a sense. They're like my right gyys.