Marcia basically wrestled a good movie out of George's blatant film student kurosawa rip offs and cluelessness and miles of aimless footage and this is what she got in return
I felt we were partners, partners in the ranch, partners in our home, and we did these films together. I wasn’t a fifty percent partner, but I felt I had something to bring to the table. I was the more emotional person who came from the heart, and George was the more intellectual and visual, and I thought that provided a nice balance. But George would never acknowledge that to me. I think he resented my criticisms, felt that all I ever did was put him down. In his mind, I always stayed the stupid Valley girl. He never felt I had any talent, he never felt I was very smart and he never gave me much credit. When we were finishing Jedi, George told me he thought I was a pretty good editor. In the sixteen years of our being together I think that was the only time he complimented me.
Poor Nathan will die not knowing Kotor 2 is actually the better Star Wars content this side of ESB and does what he thinks TLJ did, but much better. (Conceptually at least)
By inky Go To PostPoor Nathan will die not knowing Kotor 2 is actually the better Star Wars content this side of ESB and does what he thinks TLJ did, but much better. (Conceptually at least)
call me when it comes to switch