“The first fifteen pages are the most important of any screenplay. Paul Newman adds: “Yes. And the final fifteen minutes are the most important of any movie.” Adventures in the Screen Trade William Goldman
Michael Clayton, 2007 Tony Gilroy, director
Perfect song for credit roll/outro. Reluctant rock star too.
Dustin Hoffman has long been known as one of method acting’s most earnest exponents. A showbiz story involves his collaboration with Laurence Olivier on the 1976 film Marathon Man. Upon being asked by his co-star how a previous scene had gone, one in which Hoffmann’s character had supposedly stayed up for three days, Hoffmann admittedContinue reading “Post. 25 Oct 2019.”
M is the MOST.