TIFF 09 - A Single Man Q&A

TIFF 09 - A Single Man Q&A

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what was the symbolism if any were there color-changing ultimately the boat it's very much an interior monologue of character George he goes through a range of emotions in his mind in the book there is actually not a plot there's not a suicide there's not a lot of things that have our film so it was a wedding of helping the audience feel what George was feeling George at the beginning of the deck is deeply depressed isn't seen you think this world is absolutely flat
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as he goes through the day he's really pulled by the beauty of the world by the time we get to the end of his day he's been really energized he's living actually in Technicolor everything is so sharp he's looking at things for the last time really for the first time in a long time in his life and that was what the surgeons remind me of Charlie because I was I was sort of nervous I
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wanted a particular kind of sound I wanted her to sound there's there's a kind of loose party ish kind of sound that I was after and Collins said I was I was on it you the one person you're gonna laugh one person that I've listened to a lot was Taran Almer Tomkinson who is not the right era of it has a fabulous voyage - they're very Rob black you know you know so that was one things medicine - again and again but I
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also know that this character was kind of familiar this is a relationship that I think a lot of us have seen in life that's not always depicted in film and it's very more that it's very loving and it's very but a very very long-term kind of relationship minutes you know it's a little lopsided - because Charlie's always hoping for something more and I like that it is not resolved that she continues to kind of reach for him in this way but it's also yeah sorry about that there was something very we've all
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seen yes I just wanted to ask a question about a chiller again when they were looking at the sharpeners there was discussion that blue representative spirituality and the rent was passion and he picked up a yellow one and what do you think his mentality was and what do you think in
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which body says good morning George I'm wondering what kind of information you got well we straight from the book and it was important to me the dumb felt that we still captured the spirit of what Chris had one of us was his favorite book was actually written when Don Latin and moved to New York with someone else preservative atomic
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Christopher a to management himself as imagine that Don had died and he felt alone and he wrote this book you'd have us Tommy's not here it was with us in Venice but he was apparently stand which made me very pleased in fact in every day here's Harry McDonald I didn't get there none - well through the chute I got my draft of it's one of the things he did stay too many details about their lives
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together their life together it's a issue we understood the nature at adaptation and that you have to go beyond the source material and hence to film something like average stories really and add something done at very much at heart you watch this user the Masters original
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voice if you like in history other people's process to other people's imagination he also said that he invented the title and one of the things that I found useful yes
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my question is for Tom when you knew that you wanted to branch out a little film is this a story that you knew that you wanted to talk initially now I know the first thing I have to think about okay I know what I have to say it's a fashion designer why doesn't he need another one is that he wouldn't need to go to one of my hopes what do I want to say it took me quite a while I read a lot of scripts a lot of things I had to go the books option that I was working on right it wasn't message set up like
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needed or a story that I felt needed telling at this time I've always been very fortunate and had a kind of intuition a sixth sense of evidence when I was driving to my office in Los Angeles and I was thinking about George and I realized I read this book personally the early 80s I realized that George and I'm about to not read it and that my my mid for words it spoke to me as her spiritual book which was something I had completely missed in my
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early twenties we're gonna nothing about women can see his show some nose abuses there is another one because you know penny for the comment about the customs but for many style about substance and so that's just a veneer a layer that helps to find our characters that helped define Charlie
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help to find yours to help define the tongue in terms of working in the two different fields there are aspects that are more similar than most people would realize enormous amount of work goes behind the scenes in both so that the service is smooth in fashion I'm used to working but well first of all both have to have a vision as something you want to say some people may not realize that fashion but it is true you work with largest of the people technicians that you communicate your thoughts and ideas to you then try to encourage them and
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get the best out of them let them do good thing gonna be creative and at the same time spirit got the project or the collection to time for one more yes in a bag come on everyone stares what would you do differently second time I don't know
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the one thing that I'm so happy I did was how great great actors my victim to comment on the better question of a passionate you talk to her the final product I guess people appreciated much like the film I know but I didn't speak for the sense that we opportunity to shoot a film of course you being here so like appreciating all of life's little gifts this was certainly one tonight so thank you very much

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