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Interview with Nancy Meyers

Friday, September 25, 2015   (0 Comments)
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From Kate Erbland, IndieWire:

Your movies are successful, and that you still have to be nudging and fighting for that—

Everybody does, if you’re not making that movie that everybody wants. It happened and it took a while, but what can I do? It took a while but I’m happy to make it.

There are two scenes in the film where a female character cries at work, and you treat it very respectfully,which isn't something we typically see.

I’ve cried at work.

I’ve cried at work.

I cried at work making the movie! To me, I don’t have a problem with it, but I don’t want anyone to think it’s a tearfest at work. [The character] Becky even says, "I hate women that cry at work!" I think in that work environment in particular — you know, when I cried making the movie I kind of hid — but that work environment is so open and relaxed, she did it right out in the open. Jules didn't do it in the open, she turned her back to everybody and only one person saw it.

- Read the full interview at IndieWire.com



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