'Listen Up Philip' Director Alex Ross Perry on Sticking to the Script

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Alex Ross Perry talks to Flavorwire about his acclaimed new film Listen Up, Philip.

He says of his carefully planned-out movie, "The structure, that stuff you’re picking up on, that’s all there. In the script. The jumping around in time. The jumping back for a second of a flashback. You know: retelling one thing in the film from another character’s perspective. That was a part of the script. And there really weren’t a lot editing decisions made that weren’t already part of the script. We never had a need to salvage the material or get crazy and creative. I think it’s a testament to the fact that everyone brought their own endgame to it."

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