AS: He shoots it as we rehearse, and it’s usually a disaster. There were these big scenes with cars coming and going, and he’s like, “Alright, let’s shoot!” and we’re like, “What’s my cue? When do I drive?” But I get it, because there are these moments that will happen. Most of it will be a disaster, but then something will happen in that rehearsal, some little moment or something awkward or something that’s real, and you won’t be able to recreate that. He’ll be there with a camera and he’ll capture that, and then you’ll do it again and fix what didn’t work, but then you’ll have these little moments you can put in.
CG: He tries to push you a bit off of your grounds and it’s very helpful. Now I find it’s very difficult to work in a different way because you feel so free. Now when someone says, “Okay, we’re going to rehearse,” and you’re feeling that you’re missing stuff, it’s very difficult.