"I can't believe people are having trouble with this . . . I know, I know, Woody Allen's against it — but, what is he? At heart, that's right — a comedian! . . . Stick to your medium, dude, it's what you do best . . . Ted Turner is right — Fuck Scorsese! Oh my god (puts head in hands) (lifts them up, after an instant:) 'Scorsese this, Scorsese that, Scorsese says, you know, did you hear what Scorsese thinks? Well, if Martin Scorse—' . . . I know, I know, it's just — see, here's the thing: you know how Richard Linklater blew up the 8mm footage at the end of Slacker? Right — right! So — so! The whole movie's — yes! It goes from 16mm to 35, and that part — right! Goes from — goes from 8mm to 16mm to — right! 35mm . . . (beat.) So, why not, I figure — as, you know, an artistic agenda — shoot in black and white, and then colorize it — "
THE END . . .
"I believe that if Matthew Brady had had access to color film he would have used it."—joke on colorizing daguerreotypes, from Mark Leyner's Et Tu, Babe (1992)