In my head, Iâ€™ve moved on to developing and working on other projects but the film, Gazzara has not yet detached itself from my daily life or from my â€œbeingâ€?. But I did learn and grow from this project and that is what one hopes for with every film otherwise the process remains an empty experience and that is really depressing. Making movies is hell most of the time, it is exhausting, painful and frustrating with intermittent moments of joy that are mostly far and few between. But in the end, if audiences are moved and feel that they have lived through something after seeing the film as they say they do after seeing Gazzara; then for the filmmaker it almost seems worth it all; and for some ridiculous, masochistic reason we want to go through it again and make another film. . .
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