"It gets so boring to put paint on [canvas] and to see yourself putting paint on. You're really preparing for those few hours where there's some kind of umbilical cord attached between you and it. You do it, the work is done, and this cord seems to slacken, then you leave the studio and those rocks aren't there anymore [in your stomach]. Then you can go to a movie in the afternoon -- two movies -- you feel okay. . . ."
About Movie Nation
ContributorsTy Burr is a film critic with The Boston Globe.
Mark Feeney is an arts writer for The Boston Globe.
Janice Page is movies editor for The Boston Globe.
Tom Russo is a regular correspondent for the Movies section and writes a weekly column on DVD releases.
Katie McLeod is Boston.com's features editor.
Rachel Raczka is a producer for Lifestyle and Arts & Entertainment at Boston.com.
Emily Wright is an Arts & Entertainment producer for Boston.com.
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