Re: New files
- Too bad Ishmeal Merchant (of Merchant & Ivory fame) is no longer with us.
They seem to specialise in the kind of arty period films Hollywood is loathe
Check out the two 'Brook-alike' folders of Charlotte Church and Natalie
Portman in the Files section if you haven't already...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "harry_kollatz"
> Olive and BrooksieCovenants:
> Oh, yes, I would've SO loved to have seen Dana Delaney in such a film,
> but my guess is that ship has sailed. Now there's even more match-alikes,
> primarily Natalie Portman, and Neve Campbell has proclaimed publicly that
> she wants to play Brooksie, in fact, in that ballet film she made she for
> reason, while working as a waitress in a goth bar, donned a bobbed wig.course,
> When I saw that image the first time in sent a jolt through me. Welll, of
> look. She's telling us what she wants to do next.the
> But even now --and I hate to say this -- Neve is getting a big long in
> tooth to play Brooksie. Portman still photographs as though the dew isupon
> her, like flowers in the morninig, and could probably do a proper turn --and
> much depends on who writes the script, etc. and where do we join thestory
> and how is it told. For every Brooksian, there's an idea.a
> After having many, many of these debates over on the LBS regarding
> picture or not, all I can say is, that my preference is for a two-part HBOevent
> that gets a limited theatrical release. I just don't think a two hour film willdo
> her or her milleu justice.
> And what matters now is the same as in Brooksie's Hollywood halcyon
> days: the picture has to make money.
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