Adaptation is always the same process for me, which is some version of throwing the book at the wall and seeing what pages fall out... - Akiva Goldsman Quotes
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Quote:Adaptation is always the same process for me, which is some version of throwing the book at the wall and seeing what pages fall out. It is trying to imagine, remember the story, read it, put it down, and then write sort of an outline without the book in front of you with some hope that what you like about it will be filtered and distilled out through your memory and then that will be similar to what other people like about it. - Akiva Goldsman Quotes
  


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