Monday, September 3, 2012

Vince Gilligan says...

'I wondered why someone like us, which is to say a basically law-abiding citizen, would suddenly do such a thing...Why would someone make such a radical change in their lives if they were basically a good person, a non-criminal? I think of Breaking Bad as a bit of a character study. It's really about this one man and this one particular set of circumstances, the fact he makes decisions that most of us, myself included, would not. We are telling a story of transformation in which a previously good man, through sheer force of will, decides to become a bad man.'

Vince Gilligan (creator of Breaking Bad, in an interview with Paul MacInnes, The Guardian, 2012)

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