Aaron Sorkin & his Writing Process

Sorkin on the left

If any one has ever watched any of the films (The Social Network) or TV shows (West Wing) that Aaron Sorkin has written, can certainly tell that he has a way to write snappy and memorable dialogue.  This short piece looking at his writing process has some interesting insights into his way of writing.  A few quoted below.

Despite the accolades earned since his play A Few Good Men was brought to the big screen in 1992, Sorkin admits: “Writing never comes easy. The difference between Page 2 and Page Nothing is the difference between life and death.”

“I’ll take anything that gets me started,” he says. “Sometimes it’s finding a particular moment, remembering that you want to begin your story as close to the end as possible. If there’s a structure that seems pretty cool,I think about that.”

via Inside Aaron Sorkin’s Writing Process – The Hollywood Reporter.

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