High Point of Act I
'It's been less crucial for playwrights to fulfill audience expectations. I don't mean Broadway, where there's often an economic downside if you don't fulfill rules, and where people usually want to see things that reassure them. But those who tinker off Broadway are freer of that. And we were off-off Hollywood! With a low budget, we could make the movie exactly as we wanted.'
-- Neil LaBute
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