Even fairly serious moviegoers can't shake this shadow of the corporate world.
I think all my movies are about transitions to some degree.
Manhattan is so tailored. It's driven by appealing to the very wealthy and tourists.
When you're around your family, and you have that history and that shared language, you say things you'd be embarrassed to hear quoted back to you later.
I'm a huge proponent of therapy and analysis, but it's something that, in a nonprofessional way, can be abused.
When you find yourself on the Internet when you're supposed to be writing, you've already lost. It's even beyond procrastination when you end up on the Internet.