Jon Boorstin's Reflections on ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN
"Pakula told his editor to play the uncertainty. [Editor Bob] Wolfe went through and added frames back at the head and tail of shots, restored the pauses that Pakula had witnessed on set, and the scenes came alive. Tension pulled you through the story. It was longer, but it felt shorter. Gordon Willis was responsible for the look of the picture and its visual architecture, but Pakula shaped your feelings in the editing room."