Perspective from a distance.

At the risk of sounding incredibly pretentious, when I conceived Pause of the Clock I thought of it a chronology-scrambling way to explore the porous boundaries between “reality” and fiction. 18 years later, as I’m editing the film, I find myself smoothing things out by arranging the scenes in order. Such is filmmaking. You never quite know what will actually work.

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One Response to Perspective from a distance.

  1. Reblogged this on Palmer Chronicles and commented:
    Sounds like life and maturity. This is my friend Rob Christopher, he’s pretty cool!


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