The film critic in the movie, Mr. Farber, was attacked.
Then there was the role Night wanted to play himself, Vick Ran, a stymied writer with a cloudy future, living with his sister and carrying the movie’s message. It was an enormous supporting role, the second-biggest male role in the movie, and Night had never had a role nearly this big.
Should the audience see that much of Night?
Then there was the enormous Korean party girl, Lin Lao Choi, who explained the mythic tale that was the backbone of the entire script. She did her explaining not through action, the holy grail of modern moviemaking, but with words.
Way too much exposition.
Näin tuumasi Disneyn toimitusjohtaja Nina Jacobson lukiessaan M. Night Shyamalanin Lady in the Water -käsistä ensimmäisen kerran. Mukavaa huomata, että ajattelen kuin elokuvapomo. Linkki juttuun löytyi Atson delicious-sivulta.