Tim Squyres Talks 'Life of Pi' and Being Ang Lee's Go-To Editor

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Life of Pi editor Tim Squyres sat down with Avid Rough Cut to talk about his two-decade professional relationship with Ang Lee . He says, "We kind of grew up doing this together. I learned to cut features cutting Ang Lee footage. And he did all his directing, until Brokeback Mountain, I was the only editor he'd ever worked with. You know, we have a similar sensibility, [but] not precisely the same. Ang once said he liked working with me because we disagree a lot and that kind of tension is good."

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