“Any time I decide to do a job there’s something in me that sort of pulls me towards it. I don’t fully know why or what it is, and I like that. I like that I don’t have the answer to it, because if I know what my motive is for making something it’s not fun anymore, cause you’re not searching for something, you’re just like oh I’m doing it because of that, I’m boring to myself.”
“Maybe you’re not perfect, but you’re willing to actually look at yourself and take some kind of accountability. That’s a change. It might not mean that you can turn everything around, but I think there’s something incredibly hopeful about that.“
I have always been really picky about the films that I make, because I think that there’s such an incredible opportunity to bring up questions when you’re making movies, and some of my favorite films bring up big questions. They are movies that, when you walk away from it, it hits you as something deeper, and it’s a great, fun way to be able to bounce around some of these harder concepts in our heads.
Alison Brie in every episode of G.L.O.W → Money’s in the Chase (1x10) “Russia is supreme world leader! And here comes the crown. I am victorious. No one can defeat Zoya. Everyone here is too much sissy.”