I think initially we set out to make a realistic drama and we ended up making something much more controlled and I think that's what gives the film its strength, because you feel that there's a hand guiding you. I used to want to hide that hand. And I don't want the hand to wave at you, but I want you to feel like you can relax within a story being told and an emotion being elicited.
Friday, September 30, 2005
Interview with Ira Sachs
Indiewire has a splendid interview with the director of "Forty Shades of Blue." Among Ira's observations:
Posted by Jon W. Sparks at 12:13 AM