The film is about two interconnected families living in a small town and stars Twilight's Kristen Stewart as terminally ill teenage girl who wants to lose her virginity before it's too late.
In the interview below, Masterson says that as an actress directing for the first time, she tried not to tell her actors how she would play a scene. "If I tell everybody, 'this is how I see it' I might be limiting the entire creative process to my imagination and not the sum of all our imaginations," says Masterson. Nolan comments that it's a generous attitude for a director, but Masterson replies, "It's selfish. They bring me presents and I take credit." [NPR]