Adam Nayman is a film critic, lecturer, and author. In an interview he posted with the maker of the film The Empty Man (which I loved), Adam presses the director on other films he was reminded of or felt was referenced. The interview raised some questions for me about my approach to starting a new strategy assignment. How much do you need to know, to feel like you understand? How much information is too much? What is reasonable. This conversation stays rooted in film, but the bread crumbs to other types of thought work are certainly there. Adam Nayman’s book, David Fincher: Mind Games is available now! https://www.amazon.com/David-Fincher-Games-Adam-Nayman/dp/141975341X Find Adam Nayman at Twitter: https://twitter.com/brofromanother?lang=en and The Ringer.
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