Katherine Waterston: You were the first person I've spoken to today.
Brian Weitz: (laughs) You have quite a sense of history.
Waterston: Thanks. Right now in front of me, I've got the Robert Lowell biography.
Weitz: It really just depends what’s going on and how sensitive you are.
Waterston: It happens because it’s fun. It slows down and is hazy and dreamy, and you can put on certain music and go for a drive and be totally sober but feel stoned. You mine for clues.
Weitz: But that doesn’t bother us.
Waterston: We're just kids playing in the sandbox.
Weitz: Yeah, totally. That was a long time ago.
Waterston: I went to see a different movie in London around the same time, and someone walked in during the middle of the show, and suddenly I heard a lighter, and I turned around and there's this flame—it's about five inches high—and it's a lady smoking crack.
Weitz: I don’t know, I can’t really look out into the crowd anymore and discern that.
Waterston: I think everything happens organically.
Weitz: Wow. It does.
Waterston: It happens more with the short hair.
Weitz: Yeah, we just don’t work as quickly anymore because we’re so spread out and people have children.
Waterston: Are you driving right now?