Wes is a very quiet guy who commands a lot of respect on the set; because I think everybody there respects him. I suppose to use a lot of natural lights, being able shoot like that and not have to light and have actors hit marks and do it in more of a documentary way. Ebert and Roeper gave the film a "two thumbs up" rating. I can take it or leave it. Salinger novel The Catcher in the Rye and that book makes an appearance in the film. Why should I be trusted talking about something like that? Literally, this film test came in and it was like a movie.
Certainly in the way they used the music in the film.
And there are so many funny scenes, too. Just that voice in those Nine Stories books that I always find sort of heartbreaking. Andy's friends begin to encounter the consequences of their lifestyles. Jay, who previously boasted of his promiscuity, gets into an argument with a customer after his girlfriend breaks up with him over his infidelity. Richard, how did you work with Joe Dunthorne, the author when you adapted the book into a screenplay? David, after running into his ex girlfriend Amy, has an emotional breakdown at work.