In the words of David Fincher on how movies affect people: “As an audience, they know you can do anything. So its not about what you do, its about what you don’t do.”
And the Catcher In the Rye doesn’t do many things.
To great effect.
This is How Catcher in The Rye made me a better filmmaker.
Thought I’d like to share the first ever thing I’ve ever filmed.
Its’s like that one old toy you had as a kid, it was ugly and kinda malformed by playing with it so often and of course you had no idea what you were doing, but holy moly it was yours and you were just proud to have it.
A director might perhaps be the most important aspect of a film. His or her interpretation and image of the film can be the very thing that makes or breaks it. And so, I’d like to give my own personal list of my own favorite directors.