‘Paul T. Goldman’: Creator Explains Crucial Scene that Made the Finale (and a Few that Didn’t)

‘Paul T. Goldman’: Creator Explains Crucial Scene that Made the Finale (and a Few that Didn’t)
[Editor’s Note: The following interview contains spoilers for “Paul T. Goldman,” including the ending.]

When making a show like “Paul T. Goldman,” you leave a lot of things to chance. After spending the better part of a decade documenting one man’s effort to turn his own memoir into a hit, director Jason Woliner entered the home stretch of the project with some question marks still lingering.

“Paul T. Goldman” — both the man and the show — is not easy to summarize in a few sentences. (Here’s a longer dive into what they both are and aren’t.) Over the course of six episodes, Woliner oversees the journey to turn Goldman’s book “Duplicity” into a glossy Hollywood adaptation. Kicking off a long list of unconventional-yet-surprisingly-successful choices, Goldman stars as himself in scenes he wrote. In between the dramatizations, Woliner outlines the circumstances of Goldman’s life from an outsider’s perspective, drawing attention to where perception and reality may not completely align.
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