Saturday, May 28, 2011

I just found this on my fav site REMEMO. I'm going to answer it really quickly without too much thought.

Your All-Time Favorite Film 

I'm already stumped. Ahhhh. I'd have to say the stock standard: Batman, Star Wars. I hate this question.
Your Least Favorite Film
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button.
A Film You Watch to Feel Good
The Sea Inside. It makes me feel lucky and also silly for worrying about trivial shit. Also It's A Wonderful Life always works.
A Film You Watch to Feel Down
The Killing Fields. Never forget how upset that made me. A film I watch to have a good cry is prob Beaches. SORRY!
A Film That Reminds You of Someone
Irreversible. The first film I watched with Anthony. Vivid memories of having to look away and sobbing into his shoulder. The actual film content doesn't remind me of him though...that would be awful!
A Film That Reminds You of Somewhere
Boy. Reminds me of my home NZ. It also takes me back to being a kid and sitting on rainbow stripy carpet and singing Maori nursery rhymes.
A Film That Reminds You of Your Past
Back To The Future. My first real obsession with a film and a person. I used to make boys at school say "I'm Marty Mcfly" and I would chase them and try to kiss them.
The Film You Can Quote Best
Step Brothers. Pam. Pamb. Pand. Pand. Pamm. 
A Film With Your Favorite Actor (Male)
Boring answer sorry: Biutiful, Javier Bardem. Also maybe Ben Kingsley in Sexy Beast. Ooh and Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler. I can't give one answer!!!
A Film With Your Favorite Actor (Female)
Sophie's Choice with Meryl Streep or Kramer Vs Kramer. Or Deer hunter. Or Adaptation. She's the best.
A Film By Your Favorite Director
All About My Mother by my reason for living and breathing film: Pedro Almodovar.
A Film By Your Least Favorite Director
The Happening by M Night Shyamalan
A Guilty Pleasure
The Notebook
The Film That No One Expected You To Like
Bloodsport and Predator
The Film That Depicts Your Life
Not so much my life but how I see life most days: Ponyo
Your Favorite Drama Film
Hard question. Ugh...The Sea Inside again and maybe Ten Empty because it was the first feature film I designed and it meant a lot to me at the time as I had lost a few very special people to suicide.
Your Favorite Comedy Film
Step Brothers. It reminds me of my friends.
Your Favorite Adventure / Action Film
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom.
Your Favorite Romantic Film
Interview With A Vampire. Drink From Me and Live Forever.
Your Favorite Sci-Fi Film
STAR WARS (The Empire Strikes Back)
Your Favorite Horror Film
The scariest: Candyman. The best: The Exorcist.
Your Favorite Thriller Film
Silence Of The Lambs
Your Favorite Animated or Children’s Film
Ponyo and Monsters Inc and Spongebob Squarepants.
Your Favorite Documentary Film
Touching The Void.
Your Favorite Foreign Language Film
Volver or La Reine Margot or Jean De Florette or Mala Education.
Your Favorite Independent Film
The Prophet (France)
The Most Obscure Film You’ve Ever Seen
Mmm that's tricky... Maybe Kika, one of Almodovars that I saw when I was very young and I wrote about it at school. It is very very weird.
Your Favorite Film As a Kid
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Your Favorite Film This Time Last Year
Probably one of the Harry Potters.
A Film That Hasn’t Been Mentioned Yet But Deserves To Be Included
The Dark Knight

I would LOVE to read your answers. Please send me your list.xxxx

Speaking Of Funny....fav Between 2 Ferns ep

This post started with a movie about Cancer and ended with The Hangover. Morning brain.


I am very forgiving when it comes to actors I absolutely love. I'll pretty much see George Clooney in anything, I am always keen to see Meryl Streep's next and I have a crush on Penelope Cruz so even her English speaking films make it onto the playlist.
Seth Rogen can really do no wrong for me, and he has starred in some doozies. I am yet to see The Green Hornet but I think it looks terrible. I haven't liked quite a few of his films but I will end up seeing every single film he is in.

His new film coming out is called 50/50. It stars Joseph Gordon Levitt, Anna Kendrick. It is about a young man discovering he has cancer and learning he has a 50/50 chance of living.
It looks sweet, funny, if not a little twee. I will absolutely see it though, because that mushy, adorable Jewish teddy bear Seth is in it.

I don't know specifically what it is about Seth that I find so funny. His deadpan dude humour is really the stock standard comedy routine of late. That kind of dumb bro down, 'I'm an idiot but adorable' routine is seen in every Judd Apatow film going around.

A decade ago, and further back, comedians like Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, and even Ben Stiller created a completely new characters for their roles. They were (and are) the masters of impressions and often a film was built up around one of their characters (Zoolander, Ace Ventura etc). These days comedians like Jonah Hill, Zach Galifianakis and Seth Rogen just roll around a film being themselves. They have excellent comic timing and an ability to knock each other down but gone are the comedy characters. They are just filming their true selves.

While this doesn't always work, I do really love watching Seth and his mates in most things. It feels genuine to me. It really has taken off and these days even romantic comedies seem to have the token 'Apatow' sidekick. But no one can beat Seth's deadpan, stoner Rogenisms.

Take 'Knocked Up':  Seth and 4 of his best friends spend half the film just improvising. You know they have spent hours together trying to one up each other. It feels effortless. A great example is the ongoing joke about their mate who has been dared to grow a beard for the duration of the film:
"How Did It Feel changing your name from Cat Stevens to Yusef Islam?"
"See ya later Scorsese on coke"
"Your face looks like Robin Williams Knuckles"
None of it felt forced or scripted....and it's damn funny.

Compare that to say The Hangover, where carefully cast, handpicked stereotypes are grouped together and fed very calculated lines and jokes. Not so funny to me.
The Hangover is well done, don't get me wrong, but I didn't find any one person incredibly funny in it.
I do love Zach but I prefer his stand up and find the whole 'I'm a Retard' routine pretty ho hum.

Imagine The hangover with Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jason Segel and one straight laced actor. You could just let the events play out and the unscripted ridiculousness ensue.

ANYHOO...50/50 the film I mentioned before getting completely off track looks funny.
My pal Victoria wants to take me to The Hangover 2 this week. I love her dearly so I'm going to go.
As Seth would say, it's a chance to hang out with mates for 2 hours...... the film comes second to that.

Harry Potter cast describe entire experience in one word...

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Goodbye Snape

This is really lovely. Alan Rickman has posted a public letter to the Author of Harry Potter J.K Rowling, thanking her for his experiences playing Severus Snape.  I get emotional saying goodbye to crew members after 3 months on one feature. I can't imagine how sad it is to let go of a character like Snape that Alan has carried for 7 films and a cast that he has seen grow from children into adults.

"I have just returned from the dubbing studio where I spoke into a microphone as Severus Snape for absolutely the last time. On the screen were some flashback shots of Daniel, Emma and Rupert from ten years ago. They were 12. I have also recently returned from New York, and while I was there, I saw Daniel singing and dancing (brilliantly) on Broadway. A lifetime seems to have passed in minutes.

"Three children have become adults since a phone call with Jo Rowling, containing one small clue, persuaded me that there was more to Snape than an unchanging costume, and that even though only three of the books were out at that time, she held the entire massive but delicate narrative in the surest of hands.
"It is an ancient need to be told stories. But the story needs a great storyteller. Thanks for all of it, Jo."

Dude Dead.

This sounds RAD!

Jeff bridges has signed on to a new comic book adaptation called R.I.P.D.

He'll play the role of Roy Powell. Powell is described as a gunslinger who’s been dead for hundreds of years.

The movie’s plot follows the Rest In Peace Department of the law, whose job it is to monitor the activities of the undead population.

Reynolds has long been attached to the role of Nick Cruz, a recently deceased law man who’s out for revenge.

Sounds like a winner.

Kirsten Dunst wins best actress at Cannes.

What an interesting end to the Lars Von Trier saga at this years Cannes. Did you hear about it?
This year Lars Von Trier's new feature Melancholia was up for all the big awards at the Cannes film festival.
Lars spoke at a press release for Melancholia. He went completely off topic and confessed he is a Nazi. He went on to say he empathised with Hitler and thought that Israeli Jews are annoying.
Lars always tries to get a rise out of the press but this time it went down like a lead balloon and he was subsequently ejected from Cannes and banned forever!
I think this is a bit of a knee jerk reaction but his comments were incredibly stupid and inflammatory.
I hope he learnt his lesson. There have been huge disagreements over this ejection. Some say Cannes overacted and some say he should never be allowed back. I think it was fair to ask him to leave but Cannes in not a political or moral platform, it is a film festival and many directors and actors have said equally stupid things in the past.

Interestingly, Kirsten Dunst then went on to win best actress at the festival. She has completely distanced herself from Lars and his comments and said she thought he was idiotic.

Lars Von Trier is a bit of a Cannes darling. His films never cease to invoke controversy and are often touted as 'the one to watch'. In 2000 Lars won the coveted Palme D'or for Dancer In The Dark.  Conversely, his last film Antichrist caused a complete uproar as people booed, hissed and walked out.
SPOLIER ALERT: The final scene in the film see Charlotte Gainsbourg cutting off her own clitoros with a blunt pair of scissors.

I hated Antichrist. 'Hate' is word I know Lars would love to hear when describing his films so perhaps I'll say I 'Nothinged' Antichrist. I felt nothing but disdain for it's characters and their journey.
It was well documented that he made that film in the depths of depression. He admits it was a therapeutic experience. It may have been cathartic for him perhaps, but  it was apparently a ghastly experience for everyone around him.
I worked with the cinematographer Anthony Dodd Mantle who shoots  all of Lar's films. He said Antichrist was a crippling experience. For all the drama surrounding it, I found it to be dull, slow and more sad than shocking. I was deeply disappointed.

Lars Von Trier is responsible for some of the most emotionally taxing experiences I have had while watching a film. Both Breaking The Waves and Dancer In The Dark left me in a heap on the floor. When I watched Dancer In The Dark I was literally on the floor, sobbing. I have never seen it again but it is one of my all time favourite films. It was Bjork's first and last film. She swore she would never ever do a film again.

I hope Melancholia wins me back. I've read mixed reviews. I am not a fan of Kirsten Dunst. I'm yet to see a performance that equals her Claudia in Interview With A Vampire. The trailer looks interesting, slightly melodramatic.
Here is the trailer and also Lar's comments that sent him packing.

Gondry, Tatou, Flowers and Flying.

Oh I love this! Michel Gondry's next film is going to be French. Bliss. Michel decided he wanted to cast Amelie's Audrey Tatou in his film. He made  her a little start stop animated movie showing himself asking her to be in it. He said the very short little film showed him giving her flowers and then both of them flying in the sky.
Slightly odd, very 'Gondry' and utterly adorable

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

New Muppets movie trailer

It's here people. Brett Mckenzie from Flight Of The Conchords wrote all the music for this. It could be brilliant, it could be awful.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Tree Of Life Wins Palme d'Or.

See trailer below..... I'm not sure what I think yet. Not a fan of Brad's work in the last 10 years.
But here you go, take a look.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Sit down Polly.

First look at Tom Hardy as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises

"Deidre Chambers......... What a coincidence." RIP Bill Hunter.x

A true Aussie legend left us today. Bill Hunter sadly passed away last night after battling cancer. He was 71.
Bill has been working as an actor in Australia since the late 1950's. He wasn't just part of our industry, he was our industry. You can not think of Australian film without one of Bill's classic roles popping into your head. His range of characters were both dramatic, comedic and quintessentially 'Aussie'.

I think the first film I saw him in was Gallipoli. In later years I went through a serious Aussie film phase and tried to watch as many as possible. Bill would pop up in every second film.

In the 90's Bill really stood out for me in some brilliant comedic roles,  namely: Muriel's wedding, Priscilla Queen Of The Desert and Strictly Ballroom. I loved his warmth and heart in Priscilla and thought his chemistry with Terence Stamp was excellent.

I always wanted to worked with Jack Thompson, and Bill Hunter. They are the 2 greats in my eyes.
I am blessed and lucky to say I got to work with them both. Like Jack, Bill comes with a huge legacy and he doesn't take any prisoners. I was told he's a cheeky buggar who "doesn't put up with any shit".
I get more nervous working with pros like Bill than any big time hollywood actor.
Bill was an absolute treasure, a cheeky monkey and very easy to work with.

Rest in peace Bill. You were a bloody ripper.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

You want me to do what with my hair?

Scene Of The Day.

You said it Ray. I love this scene from the film 44 Inch Chest:
Watch link below:

The Pacific.

I haven't slept for the last 3 days and with good reason.
I decided to watch Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg's series The Pacific. I have been meaning to watch this for a while as many of my dearest friends worked on it and a large part of it was shot here in Melbourne.

In the first episode, I found it hard to stop my brain whirring. "Oh I wonder if Glenn planted that coconut palm?, ooh that prosthetic dead body looks like Sean's work, oooh the blood on that shoulder is great, I bet Babz did that,  oh Henry's american accent is great, Tom plays crazy so well" and so on.
It's sometimes hard to get lost in something that is littered with so many of your friends.
But that did not last.

Within one episode I was absolutely captured by what is easily touted as one of the most brutal wars in history. I cried a lot and felt physically ill at times.

My knowledge of world war II is pretty standard. I have a basic idea of where the wars were fought, how it ended and what happened to the world as a result. What springs to mind immediately when I think of WWII is the European battles and of course the Holocaust. I was not aware of how brutal the weather conditions were and how under prepared the U.S Soldiers seemed to be.

Being a New Zealander I also learnt about the Pacific wars at school and have watched the standard war docos and seen some great films (Clint Eastwoods Flags Of Our Father's and Letters to Iwo Jima are amazing).
None of that prepared me for how affected I was by this series.

I think what really got me is that when I watch the news now and see pointless wars being fought by American (and Australian) soldiers, I can't help but worry that we will never learn from our mistakes.

I watched these 10 episodes on a war that claimed the lives of literally millions of soldiers, both American and Japanese. I saw young men lose their minds as they partook in brutal massacres of both soldiers and civilians of the pacific islands. I cried as a woman from Okinawa tried to hand her baby to one of the soldiers before we realised she had a bomb strapped to her. She exploded with her child in her arms. No horror movie will ever make me feel so physically sickened.

Wars happen for many, seemingly different reasons. But they're all the same when you get down to it. They all come back to power. Power, it seems, back then was about gaining territory. Power in 2010 seems to be about oil. It's scarier now because we are all in possession of bombs that can flatten whole countries. It's only a matter of time before this power play takes a devastating and final turn. It will only get worse and that leaves me feeling scared.

What also really got me is that even though Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg obviously tried to tell an even and racially respectful reenactment, there was a sense of American pride that left a bad taste in my mouth. In the beginning of the series Tom Hanks tells us how the devastating bombing of Pearl Harbour resulted in the Death of over 2000 Americans. This is all spoken with a haunting score and slow motion shots of the terrible event.
Yet at the end of the series one of the soldiers briefly mentions that the army have let a 'bomb' off over Hiroshima that has forced the Japanese to surrender.
Um. That wasn't just a bomb. It was the ONLY nuclear bomb ever to be let off in the history of the world. A nuclear bomb that resulted in over 150,000 deaths and ongoing illness due to radiation. It was one of the most devastating events in history.
It reminded me that every year we are reminded constantly that Americans lost 3000 citizens in the 9/11 attacks and yet we are never reminded that Iraq has lost over 60,000 civilians (not soldiers) and Afghanistan has lost on average around 3000 civilians a year since the beginning of America's occupation in these countries.

I guess an American life is more valuable.

The Pacific left me feeling sick about the world we live in today. I don't think I want to have anything to do with America. Coming from a person who is obsessed with movies and always dreamed of working in 'Hollywood', I might give it a miss. I can't support a country that excludes itself from the rules it passes down to the rest of the world with a deadly iron fist.

The Pacific is a brilliant production, I do recommend it and am proud of everyone I know who was involved.

Bless the American, Australian, New Zealand and Japanese soldiers who died in the Pacific wars. You were all truly heroic and fought for what mattered to you....whatever that may be.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


Oh my goodness I really enjoyed this. Such a brilliant idea.
I do warn you though- if you are claustrophobic it will not go down well at all.
Ryan Reynolds plays a Paul Conroy, a truck driver who wakes up buried alive in a coffin with a phone and a lighter.
That is about all I can tell you. In the first 10 minutes I thought there was no way I could make it through the entire film but somehow I was absolutely enthralled from start to finish.
Does he get out? Does he find out why he is there? You'll have to watch and see.
I recommend this one.

Shut up Polly.

I am sick of writing today. Sick of writing this blog.
I am now writing about how I don't feel like writing.
Great. I need a holiday or a job.
This not working but not being on holiday stuff is stupid and boring.
I sound like a whinging 5 year old today. I'm sorry.
I'm missing my love and feel like kissing something.
My hand perhaps.
I have written pages of ideas for my short in the last few days and it's been productive but I would rather be drinking cocktails.
My current mood probably has to do with the fact that everything I am researching involves far off lands and fantasies and adventure.
I'm over dreaming it...I just want to do it!
I am also trying to read a book called 'How To Read A Film'. It is great but jeepers it's annoying me today. I read one chapter and actually said 'Shut -up' out aloud. Blah blah blah 'avant garde', blah blah blah 'multiple perspectives', blah blah blah 'populist sentimental drama'.
I'm stopping now.
I might watch a movie instead.
Want to be this

Am this

Monday, May 16, 2011

Indie Actors that went on to do big films who are now boring. (I'm tired and my titles are childish)

I will add to this little list but for now...

Jake Gyllenhaal Donnie Darko

Jake Gyllenhaal Prince of Boring.

Emile Hirsch Dogtown Z Boys

Emile Hirsch Dumb Racer (ugh!)

John Tutorro Big Lebowski

John Tutorro Big Lame Robots sequel

Jennifer Connelly & Jared Leto
Requiem For A Dream

Jennifer Connelly The Day The Earth Stood Still
AND Jared Leto's ENTIRE Music career.

Guilty Pleasure.

One of the worst/best films I will always watch when it comes on the box is: Cruel Intentions. Ahhh it's so awful but just so good. Brilliantly overacted by Sarah 'ducky' Gellar, sickeningly sweetened by Reese Witherspoon and coupled with a really good soundtrack.

But there is another reason I love this film. It is based on one of my favourite books and films. The book is Les Liasons Dangereuses (published in 1782) and the film is, of course, Dangerous Liasons.

Have you seen it? Ooooh please do. Never has there been such a brilliant female villain as Glenn Close's Marquise De Mertuiel. The incredibly cruel and witty banter between herself and John Malcovich's Vicompte De Valmont is worth watching over and over to capture every word. Michelle Pfieffer is absolutely beautiful in it. Is she not one of the most beautiful woman in the world? She is like a cat(woman).

I do love the Rococo era with it's powder puffs and frilly wigs. The costumes are delicious.
The last scene is one of my favourite final scenes in a film ever! Glenn Close is magnificent.
You can also witness some of the worst acting ever by the lovely keanu Reeves. It is priceless!

If you like Cruel Intentions (Shhhhh), see the original. And while you're at it, read the book too!
Here is a favourite scene:

Nowhere.......Dakota Fannings little Sister Elle is lovely and she didn't make me feel weird. Dakota was a better actor than most at 3 and that's creepy.

Director: Sofia Coppola
Starring Stephen Dorff, Elle Fanning.
Sophia Coppola takes her time. She is the master of languid, laconic scenes. Lost in translation would not be able to capture the boredom and displacement of Scarlett without this time taking. Nor would she have been able to recreate the opulent and pretentious life of Marie Antoinette without her beautiful slow and measured scenes.

It is not lost on me that Sofia obviously is someone who too, can take time with whatever she does.
She has no doubt lived a life that isn't dissimilar to her character Cleo in this film. Sofia would have had the film-world at her feet and her Dad's camera and guidance in hand. She has built up a small but very recognisable body of work. I am a fan of her incredible ability to capture the enchanting things in this world and also the dis-enchantment of young women in it.

What worries me with Sofia is this: Is Sofia Coppola an amazing auteur with impeccable taste and an ability to capture an exact mood with minimal dialogue? Or is she someone who's fortune and lifestyle have afforded her to shoot what she can relate to? Is her view one that is beautiful but essentially pretty vacuous? I think Sofia sees the world through a narrow lens. That can be a good thing when creating a unique style but in this film I saw an ugly side.

I think that Somewhere is not a good film. I loved Lost In translation. I delighted in Marie Antoinette despite it's intensely diluted storyline. I still use many visual references from Virgin Suicides. This movie will not stick with me.

Here is a quick summary of the plot which is divulged the first 10 minutes and then drawn out for 2 hours:
Rich drug taking movie star Stephen Dorff has no meaning in his life as he mopes around the iconic Chateau Marmont.
His daughter Cleo comes to stay.
They hang out.
He finds meaning.
He Smiles.
The end.

While I find her other films ethereal, languid and dreamy. I found this one vague, tepid and empty.
And lets face it: L.A isn't beautiful  and what I want from Miss Coppola is ultimately something quite beautiful both inside and out.


Scene of The Day....I'll be posting my favs from now on: First up: Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper in True Romance.

Clifford Worley: Who are you?
Vincenzo Coccotti: I'm the Anti-Christ. You get me in a vendetta kind of mood, you will tell the angels in heaven that you had never seen evil so singularly personified as you did in the face of the man who killed you. My name is Vincenzo Coccotti. 

Such a great scene and one of my favourites.
In an interview with mojo magazine in 2006, Walken commented on his "genuine friendship with Hopper, implying that this helped create the warmth that exisits between the otherwise antipathic characters". He went on to say "We really like each other but I kill him anyway". Hopper also expresses admiration for the Tarnatine Dialogue which was too good to improvise around, instead being delivered meticulously as scripted.

Watch it here:

Warning......I've been dreaming

The most wonderful thing....
Does anyone find this simple thing just so so exhilarating and brilliant. Walking and music (Wow Polly...really? I mean WOW.......)
So. I have 3 film ideas I am working on at the moment. 2 of them are part of my planned sojourn to Paris. Anyone who is in the vicinity of me is bored with my constant ramblings on Paris and it's spell on me. To me it symbolises everything that makes me tick: Passion and mystery and true love and living a life that is driven by the things that, sex, colour, beauty, and chocolate! HA!

What I have also found brilliant is that until recently I had all these random thoughts and visions and ideas and senses and they would just rattle around in my head (or my phone) with nowhere to go.
Now I have these little film folders in my brain that I store these ideas in.  I think of songs, of lighting, of camera angles, of colours and sounds and soundtracks and words and I clap my hands with glee.

I am no film-maker. I am no director. I have no idea how to make a film alone. Well that's wrong. I have some idea. What I do have is a deep love for all things filmic and I think I have a discerning eye. Hopefully, I can put something together that someone else can direct or shoot for me. I am dreaming but I have ideas and everything starts with one idea.

My original point was this:
When I sit in my room on my bed. I wait for new ideas and scenes and stories to come. In fairness, I am often either watching a film, on facebook, or on this and that isn't particularly inspiring. Sometimes I read the books beside my bed. There are a few books on how to make films (ha!), some new ones Glenn gave me about Pirates. And my beloved dictionary Of Imaginary places.
If I really want to be inspired, I walk out my door and put in my headphones. I walk up the street and all of a sudden all these beautiful scenes pop into my head. I have to stop and write down little things in my phone. I walk faster and faster as I see complete scenes of my unmade films fall out of my brain. I could literally watch one ilm from start to finish in my brain as I walk.
I catch myself smiling this goofy smile and see people looking at me like I've just found out some amazing news.
Music and walking. Such a great combo. I love that these two things instantly make me feel so much and see so much and fill up with passion and glee (God that stupid show has ruined that word!)

I wish I could blurt out all the silly little ideas I had yesterday on my 2 hour walk. I will keep them in my heart and notebook for now. But geez they make me happy. They may be silly, they make eventuate into nothing. But they are how I see the world and and how I want the world to see me.
Uh oh I'm officially sounding like an absolute fairy.
I'm sorry.
Here's hoping I have limited access to the internet in Paris..otherwise Pollywood's future updates might explode into a field of marshmellows with giant lavender bunny rabbits playing tennis.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Two of my favourites: Scorsese and Von Trier are joining forces.

Martin Scorsese and Lars Von Trier are going to team up to work on a really interesting idea.
In 2003
Lars Von Trier set out to to shoot the same short film 5 times but each time with a different obstruction. Now he is revisiting this idea and Scorsese is set to direct one of them. The details are still a little light but there is talk it may involve scenes from Taxi Driver? Ooh I'm so intrigued.
When asked about the project, Lars Von trier said:
"The idea is you give each other task which will move you into an area you were reluctant to go yourself"

My favourite French couple at Cannes a few year back.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Well Said Mr Depp

“There are four questions of value in life... What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for, and what is worth dying for? The answer to each is the same. Only love.” Johnny Depp.