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  • "I'd been a parent for about six years, thinking about making a film about childhood and being a parent. My storytelling instinct was going in this direction. I think having a kid, you have to think about childhood. You have to think about the psyche of that age. You can't help going through your own childhood," he says.

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  • "But any script that starts in New York has got a head start," he said in 1999. "It's a fact the city can become anything you want it to be."

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