“Maybe that’s the trick to it — it was very character-based and very simple when you looked at it. People like Billy Wilder and Frank Capra would really work on structuring things to where everything made sense. But I felt like Preston Sturges knew these people. They were real people; they lived in him somehow and he would just go, ‘Well, here’s what they would do.’ And maybe they’re dictating the movie. All of the characters are just dictating what happened. It really feels like he doesn’t have any control over them. So, maybe he knew they were twins from the beginning and he’s a genius and I’m an idiot. I don’t know.” — Bill Hader on Preston Sturges and The Palm Beach Story (the Criterion Bluray pops on 1.20) with Vulture.com’s Bilge Ebiri.