The actor had problems with some sequences in Sofia Coppola's script, so he turned to technicians and cameramen to help him out.
Bill explains, "I'd say $50 or $100, depending how serious it was - 'What's supposed to be said here?' Everyone would throw in an idea and somebody always got it.
"It made it like a game and there was a cash payoff. They may not get a screenwriting credit, but it makes them feel a bit more creative."13/01/2004 21:43