Peter Bogdanovich Had a Vision for This Film. Now It’s Finally Being Seen.

When Aniston arrived 30 minutes late, a worried producer approached Wassermann. Wassermann left the production.

When “Love Actually” editor Nick Moore was brought on to finish editing the film in Los Angeles so that Bogdanovich wouldn’t have to skip the assembly to stay with his son-in-law.

Peter Bogdanovich Had a Vision for This Film. Now It’s Finally Being Seen.

Before Embarking on a New Project

Moore remembers the time spent editing Bogdanovich’s picture as a “great period” before beginning a new project.

It was “as hard as ever,” but not “monstrous,” in his words. If he was ever angry with Bogdanovich, he “can’t recall ever being unhappy,” he says.

They occasionally let off fireworks, and he seemed to enjoy them. It was ingrained in his personality and how he lived his life.

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A Vision

Moore, who worked for Bogdanovich for a while before moving on to other projects, called their time together “amazing.”

He didn’t call it “monstrous,” but he did call it “difficult.” “I don’t remember Bogdanovich ever being annoyed,” he said.

The sky did light up a few times, but he looked to be having a good time nonetheless. Requesting and demanding the things he wanted.

Peter Tonguet, a contributor to the Times and the author of “Picturestaking Peter Bogdanovich,” which includes extensive interviews with the director, made ten alterations to the film during production.

Bogdanovich was unhappy with the constant changes, postponing, and rescheduling, but he decided to “attempt to be part of that committee” nevertheless. helped develop the finished product as a whole.

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Wasserman recalls a producer being concerned about Aniston’s arrival time of 30 minutes or so.

After working on the film together in New York, Bogdanovich and Wasserman parted ways when the producers decided against using “Real Love” film editor Nick Moore of Los Angeles, Wasserman claimed.

Allowing Bogdanovich to focus on West Coast production. And don’t feel obligated to stay with your son-in-law, but do make yourself available for editing.

Moore spent several weeks editing before leaving for another engagement, and he had no intention of slacking off when working with Bogdanovich. It was challenging, but not dreadful, he added.