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It’s not the job she wants to do but she knows she has to make some money with the toys before she can begin her own fashion line, which is what she really wants. BG: But Josh is young enough to make a career switch.

[He wants to become a writer, as Ethan Hawke’s character becomes.] JC: It’s a quarter-century crisis.

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The nuance is fascinating and I applaud Emily for exploring that.

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You won’t have to wait until tomorrow to see Emily Ting’s debut feature, because this Hong Kong-set romance opens this weekend, at the Village East Cinema on 12th Street and Second Avenue in NYC and around the country.

DP: As they spend more time together on their walks, do you think Ruby and Josh have the exact same feelings toward each other, or is one way ahead of the other? But trying to be objective, I think Ruby is a little more taken by Josh than he is by her at the beginning. When I approach the first scene I then think about what I want to do. So I can’t get caught up in if it’s my life or the character’s life because at that moment what I’m focusing on is so minute. In that first scene, as the character, you don’t know what’s going to happen; decisions are made . DP: I’m sure you both saw and remember the scene when Woody Allen is having a polite conversation with Diane Keaton and meanwhile he’s actually wondering what she’s like naked. JC: They happen to meet each other on a boat at the start of the second act.

That’s a little loaded: when he says that, of course I know what that is like. So when Ruby and Josh are walking down all those steps in Hong Kong and carrying on a civilized conversation, are there wild thoughts going through their heads? And it’s completely fate because she never takes that ferry to Kowloon, and that where he lives.

The nuance is fascinating and I applaud Emily for exploring that.

fits my category Movies That Should Play in Sag Harbor.

You won’t have to wait until tomorrow to see Emily Ting’s debut feature, because this Hong Kong-set romance opens this weekend, at the Village East Cinema on 12th Street and Second Avenue in NYC and around the country.

DP: As they spend more time together on their walks, do you think Ruby and Josh have the exact same feelings toward each other, or is one way ahead of the other? But trying to be objective, I think Ruby is a little more taken by Josh than he is by her at the beginning. When I approach the first scene I then think about what I want to do. So I can’t get caught up in if it’s my life or the character’s life because at that moment what I’m focusing on is so minute. In that first scene, as the character, you don’t know what’s going to happen; decisions are made . DP: I’m sure you both saw and remember the scene when Woody Allen is having a polite conversation with Diane Keaton and meanwhile he’s actually wondering what she’s like naked. JC: They happen to meet each other on a boat at the start of the second act.

That’s a little loaded: when he says that, of course I know what that is like. So when Ruby and Josh are walking down all those steps in Hong Kong and carrying on a civilized conversation, are there wild thoughts going through their heads? And it’s completely fate because she never takes that ferry to Kowloon, and that where he lives.

It was just a whole other thing and we all fell in love with the idea that it all take place in Hong Kong, which meant extending the film by making the second act a little longer. She was super-collaborative but we don’t want to take any credit for the film you see. The skeletons are definitely there but our thinking was from a character perspective, because that’s how we read scripts.