Alfonso Cuarón dished all the personal details about his critically acclaimed film 'Roma' with Jimmy Fallon.
The filmmaker revealed during the interview that the cast and crew were completely unaware of the full script while filming:
“The crew went crazy. They didn’t have the script, nobody had the script,” Alfonso expressed. “I wrote a very precise script, but nobody had it. We shot the script in chronological order so they were learning day by day the script and what the story was about.”
According to different media outlets, Alfonso usually shows his screenplays to his fellow Oscar-winning Mexican filmmakers Alejandro Inarritu and Guillermo del Toro, but he didn't on this occasion.
"I knew they would give me a mix of suggestions and that will make me kind of sidetrack," he explained. "I just wanted to preserve the purity of those memories and the way they were."
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