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external “A Conversation with Platon” —New Republic

platon“I never think about a shoot before I do it. Because there’s no formula for people. What I try to do is to strip everything away rather than go in with preconceived notions. If I do that, I might miss a gem or a jewel that the person is offering me. It’s much more important to go in raw with a completely empty page to be filled. And it’s much more terrifying because you don’t know what you’re in for. You can’t plan for it. So you have to strip all your emotions down to be receptive and to pick up any tiny detail that might reveal someone’s character. It’s a hard thing to do.” — Platon

 
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