Peter Buck: The festivals are horrible now.
Mariam Ghani: Yes, that’s very true.
Buck: We own buildings. Why go to a warehouse?
Ghani: I spend quite a lot of time there already.
Buck: I don’t care.
Ghani: So, the premise of the book and also of my loose adaptation of it is that there’s a city that becomes so divided, it actually becomes two separate countries.
Buck: Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to do this.
Ghani: You can have a home base, and New York is mine.
Buck: You might be right. I don’t know what happened there.
Ghani: This happened, then this happened, and then this happened, and then this happened.
Buck: We’re not suing each other.
Ghani: We’re always negotiating, and we’re always open to conversations.
Buck: Do you have a press photo?
Buck: This isn’t bad.