One pertinent issue that she raises is the idea that films can "fizzle out" when their release date is too prolonged after their initial flourish of buss and festival success. So many films play at big festivals much like Rabbit Hole did at Toronto and yet get released anywhere up to a year later. I distinctly remember all the hubbub out of Cannes about Woody Allen's Match Point and yet it was released much later in the year, by which time the buzz had cooled off. Another recent example is The Loved Ones, but we won't go through that again.
I like how, for a woman who has apparently can't show any emotion whatsoever, she is so animated in this interview. Naturally, I took screencaps. I started taking just a few of my favourite moments and it somehow ended up becoming 38. Why didn't anybody stop me? Click to embiggen and try and spot your favourite!