"I start with a really long film, one that resembles the real world, and then I cut it down by playing with editing. Editing is useful because we can make a life out of useless fragments; however, it's also the worst crux of cinema. A necessary evil. I play with film fragments as little as possible - it's a lot of work. But all the same, it's play. Editing is all about physical contact, a manual mode of expression."