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"When we do work together and things aren't going well, she knows I've been fucking up or something and she's sympathetic - "  -composer Elliot Goldenthal on working with his director wife, Julie Traymor
 The World of Film in Australia - on the Internet Updated Sunday, October 15, 2017 

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QUEEN OF THE DAMNED QUEEN OF THE DAMNED
In a moment of weakness, Andrew L. Urban accepted the irresistible invitation from director Michael Rymer to play a bit(e) part – as a journalist – in Rymer’s next picture: a vampire movie. In Queen of the Damned, your editor plays a journalist at an international press conference in London, asking pesky questions . . . the two minute scene took a day to shoot. Urban reports on his movie (sub)star experience.
  QUEEN, THE – THE ROYAL SUBJECT
Audacious is the only word for it, yet The Queen is far from sensational – except as a piece of dramatised documentary cinema. Director Stephen Frears and writer Peter Morgan explain how they approached the most controversial subject in modern monarchy.
QUIET AMERICAN GHOSTS QUIET AMERICAN GHOSTS
In this poignant and deeply personal response to Phillip Noyce’s film of The Quiet American, Cynthia A. Spencer sees a ghost from her own private life as well as from the pages of American foreign policy: a young man in a white tux … a bit like Alden Pyle.
QUILLS QUILLS
Quills explores the life of one of history’s most controversial figures: Donatien-Alphonse-François, Marquis de Sade. But, says Eleanor Singer, black is not always black and white not always white, which is what you would expect from a director like Philip Kaufman.





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