Did You Know?
Writing a film is like building a brick wall. You have a plan and you have the blocks. Then, somebody says, 'I think we'll take this stone out of here and put it over there. And while we're at it, let's make this stone red and that stone green.' You still have to keep the story's general shape, but you change the details. It took me a long time, but I finally learned how to do that. It was ...
thought Leigh Brackett was a good writer because according to him she wrote "like a man".