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In this episode we check out Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver” and discuss:
- Edgar Wright’s style;
- editing on set;
- the opening scene and the title sequence;
- and much more.
“Maybe directors who are more interested in realism and naturalism come from cities, where they see things on their doorstep every day. But growing up as a kid in a very pretty but ever-so-slightly boring town, where not a great deal happened, encouraged me to be more escapist, more imaginative, and more of a daydreamer.” – Edgar Wright
Notes & References:
Editing “Baby Driver” on set
This Week’s Recommendations:
Todd recommends his stovetop popcorn recipe:
Get a large pot, add a tablespoon of butter, a couple tablespoons of coconut oil, line the bottom of the pan with popcorn, turn the heat to medium-high, give it a couple shakes as it begins popping and once it’s done popping just add salt.
Your in-depth scrub of the editing and reshooting really puts the love of editing in full exposure and perspective. I love hearing if that passion!