Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 109
INTERVIEWER:

O.K., CUT.

FILM PRODUCTION TEAM:

Excuse me, for editing, it might be easier to say: "You do not let. . ." or a few, and say a few words before you say that because it will be really hard to cut that, and I think we have to do part of that question again.

C. T. Vivian:

Yes, cause you, just to pull out one sentence and drop it in.

FILM PRODUCTION TEAM:

YES. . .[overlap]. . .I MEAN AT LEAST, AT LEAST A COUPLE, AT LEAST A SENTENCE OR TWO [Miscellaneous, overlap] LET'S TRY, "YOU DO NOT LET" THOUGH, JUST TO HAVE IT, ‘CAUSE THERE'S A CERTAIN CADENCE TO WHAT HE WAS SAYING.