Secondo Josh Brolin, le riprese di Vizio di forma di Paul Thomas Anderson, tratto da un romanzo di Thomas Pynchon, sono terminate ed il regista è in sala di montaggio, per dare forma ad un lavoro che ha subito molti cambiamenti durante la lavorazione.
“Paul Thomas Anderson, having just worked with him… [it’s like] let’s go this way, or let’s whisper the lines, and let’s actually take out all the lines and we’ll do it like charades once. Or, you know, like, hold him — put him on your shoulders and let’s do the whole scene like that. He’s all over the place. It’s just absolute fucking chaos every day, all day. Which is great, ‘cause you feel like you’ve done something. But, you know, we’ll see how it turns out.”
“I see Paul, after this movie that we just did, and he was just exhausted, man. Exhausted. Like, he just took off and died somewhere, you know? Not literally, but figuratively. He crawled into an editing room. But he was into it. He called me in the middle of the night, goes, dude I’m working on this thing, it looks amazing, it’s so cool. It’s like a kid. It’s like being around a bunch of kids. That’s fun.”
Sarà pronto per Cannes?