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‘The remains’ | Anatomy of a scene

Alexander Payne narrates a sequence from his film starring Paul Giamatti and Dominic Sessa.

“Hello, I’m Alexander Payne. I directed ‘The Holdovers.'” I thought Barton Men don’t lie. Don’t get me wrong, it was fun. But you just lied through your teeth. “The story is basically about a group of students at an all-boys prep school in New England who have nowhere to go during the holidays. And finally, the story boils down to the relationship between the very grumpy teacher selected to stay with the kids this year, Paul Giamatti, and one student in particular, played by Dominic Sessa, a new actor. There was an incident when I was at Harvard with my roommate. AND? He accused me of copying his senior thesis. Plagiarize. Well, did you do it? No! He stole from me. “A cook is only as good as his ingredients, and with Paul Giamatti and Dominic Sessa, they are both able to learn and interpret pages of dialogue in an instant.” So you got expelled from Harvard for cheating? No, I got kicked out of Harvard for hitting him. Did you hit him? What was it that hit him? No, I hit him with a car. “It’s three or four pages of dialogue, and I wanted to do it in one go and choreograph it on camera.” “At first, you fool yourself into thinking that only these two characters are alone in the liquor store. But suddenly you are surprised at the end of the scene by the appearance of the liquor store salesman.” There you go, murderer. “And he was played by a guy named Joe Howell who actually works at that liquor store.”

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