"The average movie talks too much. You have to plant your scenes and then let the audience do a little work so they become a part of it. Any script that reads well is no good. If it starts with, 'He looks at her and the yearning of ten years shows in his eyes,' you're in trouble. I've never found an actor who can do that. If you have to read it three times to understand it, then maybe you've got a chance of making a movie out of it."
Sounds like we're doing something right.