Janet Maslin: “As is the case anytime Hollywood lets its hair down, this account exposes deep fault lines of privilege, power and class. Consider the story of Paula, who was Night’s assistant when he was ready to spring his ‘Lady in the Water’ screenplay upon the Walt Disney Company. Among Paula’s virtues were the ability to make hot chocolate exactly the way Night likes it and to fly cross-country without going to the bathroom. The screenplay was far too important to be left unattended.” (via Light Reading)
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