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And what if they met? What would those conversations be like? And what would happen if they were to fall in love? Curtis felt strongly enough about the concept that she engaged a co-writer to assist Posin in developing the story. They started working on it, and I think we had a draft within about six months. To have a second chance like that would be so extraordinary, just a different dimension.
What about that? What if this happened?
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It was helpful knowing exactly where we had to end up… or at least where the second act had to wind up. It was just this open question. We really had no idea, even as we got closer to the end. Based on these characters that we had created, this woman and this man, it became obvious to us that there was one true way. There was only one truth for how that relationship would evolve.
For that inspiration, the writers drew on some of the classic love stories of both stage and screen. And so the whole time you feel the two them just steaming towards a cliff. But the collaboration was very good, because we seem to have the same sort of emotional taste, or storytelling taste in terms of where we wanted to go and what we wanted to reveal, and how we try to wring the most out of a moment.
So that was marvelous. It was a great back-and-forth.
I think my strengths are maybe more based in character and what an actor needs, whereas Arie has this innate feel for cinema and pacing. With a finished draft, the writers continued to refine the story while Curtis worked with her new producing partner Julie Lynn to use the script to reel in top-notch talent. I really hoped she liked the script, because Julie is always going to tell you the truth.
We were really excited to make a human story with some of the great actors that are available to us and whom we love. I was moved by it. I thought it had a lot of layers to it, so I thought maybe it could be something I might want to do.
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This stuff is very passionate, and very palpable. For his second feature effort, Posin had every reason for optimism--the cast and crew he and his producers had assembled had collectively received 20 Oscar nominations, including two wins. For the actors, that freedom to co-create the characters in the service of that truth was one of the great virtues of working with a writer-director. Because of course, you have to take it seriously. I love what I do.
I feel so lucky to do it, and yet, if you take it too seriously, you get into trouble and the work gets into trouble. They make each other better and you can see the respect and the compatibility on screen. I mean, their chemistry just explodes out of the screen. Literally, on the set, everyone sees it, everyone talks about it. The performers describe the dynamic in similar terms.
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