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On changing Faramir in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
(2002) script: "If you're trying to up the tension, you don't have your main characters captured by someone who sort of interrogates them, but, not really, who then offers them a cup of tea and says, 'I'll do anything I can to help you.' It's death on film. And it's not just the effect that the character out of the book has on Frodo and...
Her name is Greek for horse-lover. The Anglo-Saxon form of that name is Eowyn, the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.