In film, as in life, you make your own rules. You can shoot without a script, or follow the words to the hilt. It’s your film. It’s your life.

I really don’t like revising. It’s like you’re able to fix a part, but, in the process, you damage the sacred whole. I’d rather re-vision; as in start anew, and, as always, see what happens.

Shooting without anything but your camera entails a certain kind of trust or letting go. It’s like saying “I love life, everything included.” There are no mistakes.