卡尔顿·库斯

    亚瑟·卡尔顿·库斯是一位美国编剧、制片人和导演,以美国电视连续剧《迷失》而闻名,并因此跻身2010年全球100位最具影响力人物排行榜。

卡尔顿·库斯(Carlton Cuse)名言

The experience of reading a book is always unique. I believe that you render a version of the story, when you read a book, in a way that is unique and special to each person who reads it.

读书的经历总是独一无二的。我相信当你读一本书的时候,你会以一种对每个读过它的人来说都是独特和特别的方式来呈现一个故事的版本。

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When you're a storyteller, part of the process of storytelling is the kind of communion you form with the audience to whom you're telling your story. If some segment of the audience doesn't like that story, it doesn't feel good.

当你是一个讲故事的人时,讲故事的过程的一部分是你与你讲故事的听众形成的交流。如果有一部分观众不喜欢这个故事,那就感觉不好。

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Sometimes the fans want it both ways, of course. They want to feel like they're influencing the show, and at the same time, they want to think that showrunners have the story all mapped out in our brains. But it can't be both. In truth, we were usually far ahead of the fan feedback.

当然,有时候粉丝们是两全其美。他们想让自己感觉自己在影响节目,同时,他们想让节目主持人在我们的脑子里把故事都规划好了。但不能两者兼而有之。事实上,我们通常远远领先于球迷的反馈。

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I think that 'Lost' is a bit of a dinosaur in terms of the type of show it is. The economics just don't support making a show this big and complicated profitable enough for a network.

我认为《迷失》在节目类型上有点像恐龙。经济上不支持把一个如此庞大复杂的节目做得足够赚钱。

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I feel like if you enjoyed the 119 hours that precede the finale of 'Lost,' is that whole experience ruined by the fact that you might not agree with everything that we did in the finale? I would hope not! I would hope that you would appreciate the fact that you were entertained for 119 hours even if you didn't love the finale.

我觉得如果你喜欢《迷失》结局前的119个小时,是不是因为你可能不同意我们在结局中所做的一切而毁掉了整个经历?我希望不会!我希望你能欣赏这样一个事实:即使你不喜欢结局,你也能享受119个小时的娱乐。

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Television used to be made much more in a vacuum; the only feedback the audience had for a long time was in a Nielsen number that would arrive sometime after the show had been broadcast. And now, people are just completely engaged on so many levels, and I think that you have to find a way as a show creator to follow your own compass.

电视过去更多的是在真空中制作的;观众在很长一段时间里得到的唯一反馈是尼尔森的一个号码,这个号码会在节目播出后的某个时候到达。而现在,人们在这么多层面上完全投入,我认为作为一个节目创作者,你必须找到一种方法来遵循自己的指南针。

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As we began working toward the finale of 'Lost,' I knew there was no possible ending that was going to be universally loved, and I accepted that. We ended the story the way we wanted it to end, and we stand by it. On my Twitter feed, I still get ten to fifteen positive comments for every negative one.

当我们开始为《迷失》的结局而努力时,我知道不可能有一个结局会被普遍喜爱,我接受了这一点。我们以我们希望的方式结束了这个故事,我们坚持到底。在我的Twitter上,每一条负面评论我都会得到10到15条正面评论。

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I love 'Titanic' and the idea that you're kind of rooting for Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet to survive despite the fact that you know that they're not going to.

我喜欢《泰坦尼克号》,还有你支持莱昂纳多·迪卡普里奥和凯特·温斯莱特生存下去的想法,尽管你知道他们不会。

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