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(upbeat music) - You know, it's not about saying no.
It's about having alternative suggestions and then ultimately, it becomes Jim's idea and you say, "Great idea and let's go for it." - Making a movie in animation is sort of like making it in slow motion. It's like keeping it about your main character and keeping that narrative going forward in that character's shoes. - And our biggest question was do we wrap and then eat, or do we eat and then call wrap, seriously. - On the first day of shooting, half the crew was like beet-red and probably hours away from heat stroke, and that was just the first day.
- There's never enough money, there's never enough time, and oftentimes there's subtle and not so subtle differences of opinion. - His church are his actors, because he feels like he creates these characters on the script and he really lets these characters write the movie. That's really what he does. - I think there's a kind of consciousness raising that film can do because they are the literature of our time. (upbeat music)