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It goes back to a style of moviemaking I remember seeing as a child, in movies like The Man With The Golden Arm, which I think was shot all on a sound stage. Debbie Allen#Arm 254
Debbie Allen#Arm 254
But out of limitations comes creativity. Debbie Allen#Comes 88
Debbie Allen#Comes 88
Michael Ralph brilliantly plays the street prophet, a West Indian who foreshadows the Harlem riot. Debbie Allen#Brilliantly 87
Debbie Allen#Brilliantly 87
There are some scenes that work beautifully in a moving, sweeping master, which is how I like to work. Debbie Allen#Beautifully 61
Debbie Allen#Beautifully 61
In scoring we have a lot that was not evident in the shooting. The radio is on all the time. Debbie Allen#Evident 58
Debbie Allen#Evident 58
The radio for these women is like television is for us today, which is really like looking at the radio. Debbie Allen#Looking 57
Debbie Allen#Looking 57
Everything has to be well thought out - what do you really need, when can you do with less coverage. Debbie Allen#Coverage 54
Debbie Allen#Coverage 54
A director just pushes them a little this way or that way. Debbie Allen#Director 53
Debbie Allen#Director 53
But it was not possible to do this movie, in this matter of time, without a solid rehearsal period. Debbie Allen#Matter 50
Debbie Allen#Matter 50
You have to examine a scene on the page first. Then you get into the basics of acting: Who are you? Who are you talking to? How do you feel about that person? Debbie Allen#Acting 42
Debbie Allen#Acting 42
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