First of all, they have known each other for over a decade and they are both very funny men, so these sessions are filled with humour and silliness. But at the same time we find out plenty about how the film was put together and their working relationship. Interestingly enough, in all of their years of working together on projects, from comics to novels, this was the first time they ever had to work in the same room together.
Their description of the working environment at Henson studios was hysterical, but also made you realize how it would have been hard not to create something special. They talked about coming into this room that looked like it was right out of an Edwardian mansion, with huge portraits hung on the walls. But then you notice that the gilded frames are surrounding pictures of Kermit playing his banjo, or Miss Piggy in a Tutu and your perception on reality is changed radically.
MirrorMask is a remarkable story told in remarkable fashion by two of the best storytellers around right now. One person is gifted with ability to craft pictures with words, while the other can tell a story with pictures: when those two talents are combined genius is usually the result. MirrorMask is one such meeting of minds.