: Directed "Uncle Vanya", a play by Anton Chekhov
(Donmar Warehouse, London, England, UK).
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I am fascinated by America, no question about that. I will stop making films about it eventually, though, because I think there's a limited amount to say. But I am drawn to it. I don't think it's weird for an outsider to go and make movies that are quintessentially American. I think the 20th century shows that there is a tradition of people being drawn to America as the site of the great mythic ...
Was nominated for Broadway's 1998 Tony Award as Best Director (Musical), along with collaborator Rob Marshall
, for a revival of "Cabaret."
Films typically deal with a family unit, be it real or surrogate.