Christopher Sebela

writer, wronger, rearranger

Making a movie that doesn’t get to the theatre? I don’t think it’s a movie if you do that. For me a movie has always been the theatrical experience, going into a sensory-deprivation environment with more people than you could healthily know in your social life. Strangers. And having the lights go out and having the lights go up on a portal that gives you insight and entertainment and controls what you hear and see for two hours. That communal experience is a movie to me. That’s half of the experience.
David Fincher on whether he’d ever shoot a movie for Netflix, sums up my disease pretty efficiently.

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