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I talked to Nick Jasenovec [the director and her good friend] about it and he said, “Oh no, because of your perspective on love, you should be on camera, and we can kind of see it through your eyes.” But because of lack of time — we only had a couple of weeks to shoot — and also because of the fact that I didn’t want to film my personal life and dating [laughs], we decided that the best thing to do was to treat it more like a hybrid of both a narrative film with fiction and a documentary. Was it hard to pick who was going to play the love interest in the narrative portion, or were you just like, “Oh, I’m dating Michael Cera, so we’ll just have him do it”? So I got his contact info and I was going to just ask him to do a bit with me for promotion stuff, but that fell through because he emailed too late.And I would have to take on a character named Charlyne Yi because I’d be really interviewing them as myself, and so it would be jarring if I was myself during the interviews and then, for the narrative, someone else [laughs]. But he was really excited because he’d seen the movie. I think we exaggerated that for purposes of the narrative. I was actually a fan of his from — and he gets embarrassed, because I brought it up — ‘She’s the Man.’ I think he’s funny in it because it’s hard to be the straight man.

But he’s actually in Toronto right now filming a movie called ‘Scott Pilgrim.’ So that’s interesting [laughs]. ” With all our friends, we kept imagining: What if it was Jonah Hill? I mean, essentially there’s a part of you in the character, but I was like, Wow, he was really good. Has your attitude toward love, which was pretty cynical at the outset of the movie, changed at all since? Through talking to people and seeing these really long relationships … And I think every time I interviewed someone I’d get chills and go, “Oh my God, that’s a really good story.” — because we would hang out with them for hours, shooting and setting up in their house. You can’t help but feel more affected than watching a fictional film because these people are real.

But then we were making a list of all the young actors that were talented and we’re like, “Who’s going to want to play a character named their own name and not get paid a lot of money [laughs] and also be able to, like, play it realistic? He’s great, too, but then Nick was like, “Oh, Michael’s really good.” And he made me watch some ‘Arrested Development.’ I was like, “Oh, he is really good.” Michael is so different from his character. ” [Laughs] It’s just so silly to overreact over something like that.

How’d you come up with the idea to make the film a hybrid of documentary and scripted narrative? I pitched to him and did a horrible job [laughs], and I don’t think it made any sense. What’s strange is that when we were writing the narrative we were like, “Oh, Charlyne’s character won’t change through other people’s stories” … In the beginning — I think I was like 19 when I came up with the idea for the documentary — I think I was more naïve than I was skeptical or bitter or cynical. I think uncertainty was where all the questioning was coming from. you realize that the completely obvious thing is that everything’s uncertain. Your relationships with your friends are uncertain. There’s this one couple who said, “Love is really worth fighting for, and you can never replace that person in the history, in the memories.” It reminded me of ‘Eternal Sunshine’ when they choose to relive everything over again because it’s worth the pain. Your ‘Dirty Dancing’ Cinemash with Channing Tatum is hilarious.

I came up with the idea of making the documentary, capturing real love stories. And also in ‘A Guide to Recognizing Our Saints,’ he was really, really good.

I think being really persistent and not giving up even though someone doesn't like the idea. Charlyne: The first time me, Jake and Nick all worked together was doing a staged version of , the play.

You have to say, "No, this is what we're doing, because it's going to be amazing! He played Elliot and I played ET, and Nick directed it.17: How do you think your comedy background helped you with this projec? Kind of like our movie, I'll do beats and ideas of dialogue, but I think there's less pressure because it's a live show.

With technology now, you can get a camera for a hundred bucks on your phone. Charlyne: So many people get deals, so many You Tubers get scripts and things made because they're constantly creating things on their own. It was the first time we all hung out together, and so we went on an adventure. In terms of a script, there was only a five page outline.

Jake: Whatever city you're in, find a theater and put on a play or shoot a video.

"While we were filming I went from performing three, four nights a week to once a month at most.

It’s one of the things I missed the most."She also has an HBOseries and another movie in the works, but her lifelong ambition is just to rock out a little.

He wanted the tone of the narrative to feel as close to a documentary as possible.17: How was filming on the road? If felt like a road trip, because it really was one. Then soon after that we'll go in soaking wet, drenched and smelling bad with mud on our feet and drive ten hours. While some may dismiss Belle as delicate, Watson's portrayal sounds far from it.

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