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Interview -- After falling out with his editor, a fading political journalist (Buscemi) is forced to interview America's most popular soap actress (Miller).


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Release Date:
10 May 2007 (Netherlands) See more »
Everything you say can and will be used against you See more »
After falling out with his editor, a fading political journalist is forced to interview America's most popular soap actress. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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1 win & 3 nominations See more »
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A fun little movie See more (62 total) »


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Steve Buscemi ... Pierre Peders

Sienna Miller ... Katya

Michael Buscemi ... Robert Peders

Tara Elders ... Maggie
David Schechter ... Maitre'd

Molly Griffith ... Waitress

Elizabeth Bracco ... Woman at Restaurant

James Villemaire ... Man at Restaurant
Jackson Loo ... Fan at Restaurant

Craig muMs Grant ... Cab Driver (as muMs)
Doc Dougherty ... Truck Driver

Donna Hanover ... Commentator

Wayne Wilcox ... Hunky Actor
Danny Schechter ... Political Pundit

Philippe Vonlanthen ... Autograph Seeker #1

Yan Xi ... Autograph Seeker #2
Steve Sands ... Paparazzi
Craig Grant ... Paparazzi
JoJo Whilden ... Paparazzi

James Franco ... Boyfriend on Phone (voice)

Katja Schuurman ... Lady in the Limo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Chris T. Margaritis ... Door Man (uncredited)

Directed by
Steve Buscemi 
Writing credits
David Schechter (written by)

Theo van Gogh (based on the film by)

Theodor Holman (screenplay)

Hans Teeuwen (idea)

Steve Buscemi  screenplay

Produced by
Alan Delsman .... associate producer
Barbara Delsman .... associate producer
Ellen Havenith .... associate producer
Pim Hermeling .... co-executive producer
Scott Hornbacher .... producer
Mark Kamine .... line producer
Nanette Lepore .... co-executive producer
Al Miller .... co-executive producer
Harry Pappas .... associate producer
Michael Paszt .... associate producer
Bob Savage .... co-executive producer
Nicolas Stiliadis .... executive producer (as Nick Stiliadis)
Gijs van de Westelaken .... producer
Ellen Verbeek .... co-producer
Bruce Weiss .... producer
Boyd Willat .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Evan Lurie 
Cinematography by
Thomas Kist 
Film Editing by
Kate Williams 
Casting by
Sheila Jaffe 
Georgianne Walken 
Production Design by
Loren Weeks 
Set Decoration by
Christina Tonkin Noble  (as Christina K. Tonkin)
Costume Design by
Victoria Farrell 
Makeup Department
Julia Brusilovsky .... additional hair stylist
Julia Brusilovsky .... additional makeup artist
Maya Hardinge .... key makeup artist
Julia Lallas .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Ellen Havenith .... production supervisor
Mark Kamine .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nancy Hermann .... first assistant director (as Nancy Herrmann)
Doesjka van Hoogdalem .... assistant director
Michael L. Walker .... key second assistant director
Art Department
Pastor Alvarado III .... property master
Paul Pitalo .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Travis Call .... audio post supervisor
Allen Lau .... assistant sound editor
Cory Melious .... foley recordist
Lucas Nalepinski .... sound assistant
Mary Ellen Porto .... supervising sound editor
Esther Regelson .... dialogue editor
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
Tony Volante .... re-recording mixer
Roy Farfel .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Rashad Clinton .... grip
Autumn Eakin .... first assistant camera
Nicole Emmons .... electrician
Kris Enos .... first assistant camera
Pyare Fortunato .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Darren Frohlich .... gaffer
Anthony Gamiello .... key grip
Emile Groenewoud .... gaffer
Adam Lukens .... additional electrician
Brian Smith .... additional electrician
Martijn van Beenen .... camera operator
Kevin Vincent .... best boy electric
Menke Visser .... camera operator
Matthew Walker .... rigging gaffer
JoJo Whilden .... still photographer
Casey Wooden .... additional electrician
Casting Department
Deanna Gallucio Young .... extras casting associate (as Deanna Gallucio)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jessica Chaney .... wardrobe supervisor
Virginia Cook .... assistant costume designer
Jackie Freeman .... additional costumer
Editorial Department
Alexandra Keddeman .... post-production
Stanley Kolk .... on-line editor
Léon Verkade .... on-line editor
Location Management
Shannon Causey .... location manager
Christopher Johnston .... location manager
Music Department
Nancy Allen .... music editor
Lynn Geller .... music supervisor
Marvin Pontiac .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Joe Belschner .... balloon operator
John Joshua Clayton .... business operations
Anne Marie Dentici .... production assistant
Charlie Dibe .... assistant production coordinator
Lindsay Feldman .... production coordinator
Kyle Gilman .... title designer
Liz Hannah .... intern: pre-production (as Elizabeth Hannah)
Kevin Pazmino .... key production assistant
Deidre Schrowang .... production accountant
Robert L. Seigel .... legal services (as Esq. Robert L. Seigel)
Doesjka van Hoogdalem .... creative consultant
Adam VanWagner .... office production assistant
Robert C. Yu .... acquisitions executive
Anne Bergstedt .... stand-in: Sienna Miller (uncredited)
Tim Wilson .... stand-in: Steve Buscemi (uncredited)
Robert Altman .... love and thanks
Alexis Bittar .... thanks
Cindy DiPrima .... thanks (as Cindy Di Prima)
Linda Emond .... special thanks
Amy Felmeister .... thanks
Suzanne Fiol .... special thanks
Isa Freeling .... special thanks
Carlos Gauchos .... thanks
Jeanine Hage .... special thanks
Ruud Huisman .... special thanks
Bert Janssens .... special thanks
Nanette Lepore .... thanks
Scott Melrose .... special thanks
Faraone Mennella .... thanks
Merel Notten .... special thanks
Mauri Pioppo .... thanks
Scott Pugh .... thanks
Chad Reddel .... thanks
George Sheanshang .... special thanks
Patricia Spuijbroek .... special thanks
Lee Stollman .... special thanks
Jade Trau .... thanks
Aida Turturro .... special thanks
Lennart Van Der Meijlen .... special thanks
Theo van Gogh .... dedicatee (as Theo)
John Ventimiglia .... special thanks
Nicole Vicius .... special thanks
Jessica Weiss .... special thanks
Kathleen Williams .... thanks
Susan Wright .... thanks

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Rated R for language including sexual references, and some drug use
84 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

When Pierre is looking around the apartment he stops briefly at a photo of a man and a woman. The man is Theo van Gogh - director of the original movie, and the woman is Katja Schuurman, the lead actress in the original.See more »
Continuity: In the last scene, when the camera turns, Katya doesn't wear the cardigan she just had on.See more »
Katya:[answering his question] What makes a man attractive? A scar.
Pierre Peders:Why?
Katya:Because... most women have one too.
See more »
Movie Connections:
References Basic Instinct (1992)See more »
KissSee more »


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83 out of 97 people found the following review useful.
A fun little movie, 31 January 2007
Author: McGonigle from bean world, massachusetts

The premise here is that Steve Buscemi is a washed-up political reporter who is assigned to interview a tabloid-fodder actress known for her direct-to-video horror movie sequels (played by Sienna Miller). Neither one of them wants to do the interview but they wind up spending the entire evening together and (maybe) revealing a bit of the real person behind their defenses. The whole thing is a little contrived -- it's the sort of piece where both characters spend the first half complaining about how much they dislike the other, but neither one is willing to leave or ask the other to -- but the snappy patter and excellent performances sucked me in and I happily went along for the ride. Of course Buscemi is great, but Miller was surprisingly good as well, digging into the part of a sex symbol who isn't taken seriously with a lot of enthusiasm and self-confidence.

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