"When I see [the movie Klute], it makes me sad because it's hard to make movies like that now. One of the things that strikes everyone when they see it is that in those days, you could make movies — if you were working with a great director like Alan Pakula — where you take time. Where silences are allowed to happen. Where behavior is allowed to evolve — without constant cutting, editing, and hurrying."
On the Evolution of Filmmaking
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