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Published on Sep 15, 2008
With over 23 years in the business, Bruce Joel Rubin has done it all. From his Oscar-winning screenplay for the romantic-comedy-drama "Ghost", to the psychological thriller "Jacob's Ladder", the family-friendly adventure "Stuart Little 2", and the tearjerker "My Life", which he also directed. Other writing credits include "Deep Impact", "Brainstorm" and "Deceived". In this in-depth interview, Rubin delivers some insightful stuff: his carpet-laying theory about writing, the story behind the "Jacob's Ladder" gut-wrenching opening scene, and which of his screenplays came about thanks to a burrito that didn't digest well.
This video is an excerpt from the full interview, available on DVD at TheDialogueSeries.com .