Pitchfork: What do you think brought about that switch?
Leslie Feist: You realize time isn’t just a period that you tell a story within– it becomes a major character in the film. There is no beginning, middle, end because there is always stuff beginning and ending simultaneously. Before, I was looking back and feeling like, “Oh, time, it’s leaving. I have to remember that.” Now, as much as I want to remember, I want to plan stuff that will become something worth living 40 years later, 30 years later, five minutes later. Instead of just looking back, whiplash-style, I can assume there’s something else coming. Time just folds over itself, like origami.
*Ignore the horrendous video quality. This is the best version of “Intuition” by Feist that exists in the universe.