In Their Words – Friday, May 24, 2013

“If you’ll ever listen to some people who are talking, especially in a scene of any excitement, they all talk at the same time. All it needs is a little extra work on the dialog. You put a few words in front of somebody’s speech and put a few words at the end, and they can overlap it. It gives you a sense of speed that actually doesn’t exist. And you can make the people talk a little faster.” –Howard Hawks   Continue reading In Their Words – Friday, May 24, 2013