Wednesday, October 26, 2011

"Love Conquers All Programming"

The New Yorker's profile of long-time Pixar story creator, director and writer Andrew Stanton notes that,

"He read and reread Lajos Egri's "The Art of Dramatic Writing," which taught him to distill movies to one crisp sentence before making them. For "Finding Nemo," it was "Fear denies a good father from being one," and, for "Wall-E," "Love conquers all programming."

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