“Watch Over” West End, 19 April
Following his acclaimed performance in the original cast of Festen at the Almeida Theatre last year, Jonny Lee Miller will return to the London stage next month. He’ll star, alongside Aidan Gillen and David Threlfall, in the first West End revival of Frank McGuinness’ 1992 play Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, which opens on 19 April 2005 (previews from 13 April) at the New Ambassadors Theatre, London, for a limited season to 18 June.
Inspired by the real-life political kidnapping of John McCarthy, Brian Keenan and Terry Waite in Lebanon, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me traces the shifting relationships between three hostages
“Talent is meaningless if you’re not willing to take the time to prepare.”
– Dom Capers, Carolina Panthers Head Coach 1995-1998
– March 11-20, 2005
America’s leading festival of French films, presented by The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Unifrance and The French Film Office/ Unifrance USA
17 premieres. Catherine Deneuve, Olivier Assayas, Yvan Attal, Claire Denis, Fran
…and Modern Views of Israelis, Eytan Fox Discusses “Walk on Water” (by Gary M. Kramer, March 3, 2005)
Eytan Fox’s “Walk on Water” is an action film/character study about Eyal (Lior Ashkenazi of “Late Marriage”), a Nazi hunter, who befriends the gay grandson Axel (Knut Berger) of the man he is assigned to kill.
Yet Fox, who helmed the poignant DV “Yossi and Jagger,” about two Israeli soldiers having a secret affair, avoided the temptation to make “Walk on Water” a slick romantic political thriller. Instead, he, along with his longterm companion Gal Uchovsky — who wrote the screenplay — crafted a much more personal film, one concerned with exploring issues of masculinity, and attitudes of Israelis.
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