"Now the things you hafta remember are the details. It's the details that sell your story. Now your story takes place in a men's room. So you gotta know the details about that men's room. You gotta know if they got paper towels or a blower to dry your hands. You gotta know if the stalls got doors or not. You gotta know if they got liquid soap or that pink granulated powder shit. If they got hot water or not. If it stinks. If some nasty motherf***er sprayed diarrhea all over one of the bowls. You gotta know every damn thing there is to know about that commode. And the people in your story, you gotta know the details about them, too. Anybody can tell who did what to whom. But in real life, when people tell a story, they try to recreate the event in the other person's mind. Now what you gotta do is take all them details and make 'em your own. The story's gotta be about you, and how you perceived the events that took place. And the way you make it your own is you just gotta keep sayin' it and sayin' it and sayin' it and sayin' it and sayin' it."
Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino