I wanted to ask you about dialogs. They are smart, humorous and quick. Have you studied bankers’ behavior for the script? Or is it your approach from the beginning?
My question was, regarding humor The opening part is both humorous and provocative. Do you think humor in script writing is crucial? You pretty much answered it, but I am keen to know about humor in terms of script writing.
You use technology a lot in the script, it flows within the story. Is it hard to bring technology when you write modern stories?
The imagery of monotonous bankers/lawyers work routine is extremely detailed, and since you were in the system, you know it better than anyone else. What other films from such category inspired you before?
The script Alex deals a lot with people’s perception in the society. Do you think it has changed over the last decade?
As of 2022, there are a lot of debates on gender these days. Do you think society will ever come to an agreement on it?
Recently, there has been a lot of debates on who is allowed to play whom. For example, a lot of people believe male is not allowed to play female. Have you had in mind who would be able to play Alex?
Could you share other script ideas you are working on at the moment?