Discussion in 'Video, audio, film and other media' started by hank solo, Nov 1, 2007.
Thanks, hank solo. The interview was an easy enough read.
I got that he cared about the film, and tried to reflect Bukowski's vision
without just putting the story on film.
Thanks, hank solo! Nice little interview.
Bent Hamer and Jim Stark were present when Factotum was shown at the Copenhagen Film Festival in 2005. I was there too. They held a short speech before the movie started, Saying that it was slow, without any plot but humourous and afterwoods they answered questions from the audience.
bold italics mine. can you remember any of those questions?
No, not really. I remember it was only about 4-5 questions and they were rather ordinary. Maybe thatÂ´s why I donÂ´t remember them. I do remember one of them had to do with filming locations and Hamer named the city in which it was filmed etc. I have even forgot the name of the city...
I'm thinking of questions I would have asked.
Well..it is up to now, the best fiction Buk film...and the best Buk..(and the women are pretty good too).so many thanks.Rich.
I'm still waiting for a richard g boyle post that I understand.
him say: nice job on the film - sexy broads in it, too - thanks for the link, signed rich
You're going to have your hands full translating that guy.
Well guys, I did not realise I was soooo out of it( I have not been drinking)..but Luke..you got it right, thats pretty much what I was trying to say..I think Ive been rushing things a little..perhaps I have nothing to say at all except its obvious some amazing people ride this train and Im trying to climb aboard..thats all..I am not used to talking into thin air to people I aint met yet..feels strange..I know to most of you its just another day at the track..win some lose some..try to find distraction from no action..thanks fa not ignoring me compleatley!..rich
Lost in translation
Richard G Boyle goes like this:
or did everyone pretty much get that one?
Ah, the abbreviated version! Thanks, Father Luke...
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