“There are certain aspects of a film which can meaningfully be talked about, but photography and editing do not lend themselves to verbal analysis. It’s very much the same as the problem one has talking about painting, or music. The questions of taste involved and the decision-making criteria are essentially non-verbal, and whatever you say about them tends to read like the back of a record album. These are decisions that have to be made every few minutes during the shooting, and they are just down to the director’s taste and imagination.” - Stanley K.