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"I don’t know why, but Gus was so nice to me…he included me,” says Affleck. “We did To Die For, Good Will Hunting, and then he let me be an editor on Finding Forrester. No one was using Final Cut, so it was this Proto Editing program. We set up a computer on the stage, and Harris Savides was shooting it, so I’d get the video tap feed from the camera and would be editing while they were shooting, so by lunchtime, I’d have a rough assembly of a scene they shot. And then Gus and Harris would talk about it over my shoulder. It was the best fucking film school anyone could have."
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SNP on Catching Fire:
Suzanne Collins does not give many interviews, and when she does, she has the smiling, chin-up demeanor of a media-trained Katniss on tour. Collins reads from the cards. Her inspirations loop: Greek myth; Roman gladiatorial games; “reality television”; her army dad’s stories of the Vietnam War. She is often asked how she can write scenes of such violence between children, and her answers are always humane, reasonable, and short, pacifying the asker.
We want to know that the author condemns her violence. But in The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire both, no blood is willingly shed. The Gamemakers do evil not by endowing children and teenagers with the ability to hurt and to kill, but by stealing from these humans the innate moral ability, and the right, to hurt and to kill for good reason.