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Anne Rapp

  • I think what we've lost with computers and the technology age is the ability to listen. We don't have time to listen anymore. We do e-mail so we don't have to make a phone call and listen to someone's voice. We've made it possible to cram in as much as we can, to get everything over with as quickly as we can, so we can hurry on to the next thing and then get that over with just as quickly. People don't listen to each other anymore. People don't touch each other anymore.

    • Anne Rapp,
    • in Sara Caldwell and Marie-Eve Kielson, So You Want to Be a Screenwriter ()

Anne Rapp, U.S. screenwriter, script supervisor

Alternate Names:Anne Bob Rapp, Ann Rapp, Anne Rapp-Dowd.