May 2, 2013
"The problem, as he sees it, is that the committees and the companies, in the supposed service of the audience, have squeezed much of the cinema out of movies. With a mixture of pessimism, resignation and good humor, Mr. Soderbergh surveyed a landscape at once crowded and bleak, as filmmakers struggle to remain true to their vocations and find a home for their work."
The New York Times 05/02/13
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