Robert Zemeckis invented a whole new kind of cinematic suspense in Back to the Future, based on the notion that in a universe where time travel is possible, your very existence could be erased if certain things don't occur. The cool thing about this is that our knowledge about quantum physics, limited though it may be, supports this theory. This suspense culminates on many levels and in several different scenes, but my favorite is at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance, as Marty actually starts to disappear. Humans are drawn to love stories and tend to root for "the kiss" in just about any movie, but this one is different. There are real stakes here; if George doesn't kiss Lorraine, Marty will be ERASED! This scene has just about everything great about movies, so I wanted to capture that moment just before The Kiss we all root for every single time we watch. And of course the title is a nod to the diner scene, the first time we see Lorraine and George together.
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