William Katt: (on his movie, "Big Wednesday") It was a movie about the passage of time, and how each of the characters grew, or didn't grow. And it was about the feeling of the seasons and their relationship with the sea...a really sensitive, intelligent movie. But the studio didn't know how to sell it. So they decided to punch up the fight scenes, make them more violent, exploit the surfing angle - take the cheap approach. The result was that hardly anyone saw the movie."