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  • I went out and got a book on reproductions of Hopper's paintings — Third Avenue, cafeterias, all that back-lighting, and those empty streets. Even when people are there, you don't see them; somehow the environments dominate the people... I said 'This is kind of what I want.' 'Oh that!' He knew right away what 'that' was, and we had it all through the film.