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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And why he went out what you just excited for audiences to see about your version of this story I think our attempt -- was to really investigate.
Fitzgerald's literature dramatic context we really analyze this novel for months and months before we actually stepped on set and visit sort of sister novel that news crews from -- -- which the predecessor of The Great Gatsby.
Which is the unedited version.
Of of the original novel and in that book you give us a lot of inside his actors to.
-- know what FitzGerald really meant by certain lines what is so great about Great Gatsby is what's left unsaid.
-- -- -- Were there all along and make it cinematic version have to get very specific and he was an actor.
Have to kind of -- we're driving forces in the scene with the intent is and that novel really helped us is really a guidebook for us to really get specific about.
Fitzgerald's content from scene -- scene.
When you aren't choosing girls to the -- and look for good material for great directors.
But I've never questioned or when I've been.
Drawn to rule whether something that it's been similar to something I've done in the past whether it's.
The same genre or anything like that a decision this is a rule I -- -- plant can be of service of and -- gravitate towards.
I've gotten all these things on all of these things and in which case.
She just wants to run away.
He's a place to operate in that stuff happening I mean when I hit the but I -- had basically did three movies and -- worked for two years straight.
So I said I want it take a few months off script -- basically you get this your time off this is your three months off.
Am I looking -- this morning a lot of other things going on your foundation and -- an -- coming up and that when I'm not acting I do a lot of different environmental work and one of the things that you mentioned is an option that's coming up at Christie's and and generate.
A tremendous amount of revenue for war environmental projects around the world and lot of great artists this generation contributed works.
And hopefully people come out in droves to support his own money goes towards protecting some of the -- house.
Precious eco systems in coral reef systems around the world so.
Hopefully you would it be great success to what do you thing is one of the best parts that you know living in that.
Rang twice this is a very nostalgic.
Exciting time here and it's a great emergence of the superpower this great democracy that is America and it.
Encapsulated all the sort of frivolous opulence and wealth.
Of that time period you feel like it's an endless party and of course FitzGerald them.
And the novel nearly predicts the crash that was about to happen but it feels like at times greater responsibility.
But that's itself up about it you know ultimately the jazz era when anyone talks but what time period it like that.
Go back to -- -- let's talk about this time because it just feels like for having an amazing time together and the future -- it seemed endless.
Life is gonna be like yeah.
To keep going on.
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