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Watch: 4.5-Hour Discussion With ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and ‘The Sopranos’ Writer Terence Winter

Written by on July 16, 2014 


If one wants to glean extensive insight from a writer at the top of his game, look no further. Coming after the success of The Wolf of Wall Street and the forthcoming conclusion of Boardwalk EmpireThe Sopranos will also finally be getting a complete Blu-ray treatment this fall, so it’s no better time to carve out a few hours with Terence Winter. With a hat tip to Cinephilia & Beyond, today we have a 4.5-hour conversation with the writer.

Starting from birth, going through childhood (including talking about the passing of his father when he was seven), the writer dives into how he got into the game before going in-depth on his early career (including Flipper and Xena: Warrior Princess) leading all the way up to The Sopranos and, most recently, Boardwalk Empire and The Wolf of Wall Street. For those that want to gain intimate knowledge into the writing process, check out the complete conversation below in five parts.

What’s your favorite piece of writing from Winter?

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