Film At Canne, Woody Allen offers a particularly sensible approach to movie making:
""It's become more and more prevalent for studios and financiers to participate in the project," he said.

"They want to have a say in casting and read the script, and occasionally come to the set. I can never work like that. I don't let people read scripts."

He added: "I want the money in a brown paper bag and to give them the film a few months later, and that's that."
I'm saying that if this approach was used all over we wouldn't end up with any more bad films than we have now, and in fact film would exponentially increase in quality because we'd be seeing a single vision.

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