"And all of Laura's stuff, what they wrote originally wasn't as good and Constance wound up doing that herself. That was all her stuff, reading to the child, because she had children herself and that's what she would have done"
- William Devane
About this Quote
This quote is referring to the scene in the movie where Laura reads to the kid. It is implying that the original script was not as excellent as what Constance wound up doing. Constance was able to make the scene more sensible and genuine since she had children of her own and had the ability to draw from her own experiences. This quote is highlighting the value of having personal experience when it concerns producing art. It is also highlighting the importance of being able to draw from one's own life experiences in order to develop something that is more significant and genuine. This quote is a testimony to the power of personal experience and how it can be utilized to create something that is more effective and meaningful.