You’d think filmmaking is a similar medium to photography, but they’re completely different. For one thing, cinema has audio, which is like another character. In the film, I included a lot of portrait-like moments that are very still, where I was interested in letting things play out, like a shot where a woman is sitting on the bed eating a popsicle. It’s more interesting than it would be as a still photograph because you hear the crinkling of the paper, then she’s disrupted by music. As a still photograph it’s not nearly as interesting. There’s a lot of uncertainty in the way I make photographs, but the form is often quite specific, at least with portraits. With the film I started to feel like I was seeing in a new way, which messed with everything I’ve been doing for fifteen or sixteen years but in a good way.