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In discussing Hannibal, he talks about how Will Graham was key to the development of the project and how Hannibal came to be. He also brings up the “bromance” between Graham and Hannibal, once again. Finally, Fuller talks about how dark he’s allowed to be on network TV. The Hannibal interview can be found here in full.
Fuller talks about the “dramatic departure” that Mockingbird Lane is from The Munsters:
The Munsters was a half-hour sitcom; they were a family who looked monstrous on the outside, but on the inside, they were the sweetest people on the block. Lily loved her husband – they had a beautiful relationship and I love how much Lily loves her man, and how much Herman loves his family. »
- Andy Greene
It was the global financial crisis that inspired filmmaker John Duigan to write his latest film. The director, whose last Australian film was Sirens back in 1993, found himself reading an increasing number of articles about the impact of the economic downturn and how the rise in the cost of university fees and living expenses had seen a number of students picking up work in the sex industry.
Careless Love is the story of. Linh (Nammi Le), a social anthropology student at Sydney University who secretly works part-time as an escort to help pay her family's mortgage. As her worlds begin to collide, Linh struggles to compartmentalise.
The script spent three years in development, with Duigan keen to fast track the filmmaking process.
"I was attached to a couple of films overseas for four to five years," he says. "And when one of them fell through for the umpteenth time, I »
- Amanda Diaz
2 items from 2012
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