The Great Director
- The great director looks for a deep subtextual interpretation of the text.
- The great director is passionate about character and narrative.
- The great director prefers a direct approach to the material, a simple approach, an economical approach.
- The subtextual interpretation drives performance and camera choices.
- The audacity of the interpretation transforms the experience from simple to surprising.
- The great director is very assertive about expressing his voice.
- The same can be said about the style of the film; it is unusually distinctive.
What differentiates the great director from the good director is the business of this chapter. To recap, the good director adds value to a project. Using the narrative tools of ...