"When I was a kid, things in my life seemed so linear, and then I watched the Marx Brothers and it just changed my perception of the rules. I realized there doesn’t need to be a beginning or ending, that things could just be funny, or things could just be touching on their own, you could just build whole movies out of moments. Which is always what I loved about films, and life as well. It wasn’t plots—I never wanted to be around people that plotted life out… in my life, at least, I never felt like anything began or officially ended. I just felt like things just happened, existed, it was more like an abstraction."