"With the Straubs, in Too Early, Too Late, we shot outside, a bit all over France. We had about two shots a day and we filmed the same thing from morning to night. The light evolved over the course of the day and, then, they chose while editing. It was a 15 day shoot that could have been done in 3 if someone else had done the scheduling. We had amazing moments, black skies Brittany...But it's a director's demand, who in this case was his own producer."
-William Lubtchansky, 2003