Great interview! I say that because, in a relatively brief article, I gained not only a tremendous amount of knowledge, but a great appreciation for and understanding of this cinematographer. The only downside? It left me wanting more.
I'm not sure how difficult your conversations are to arrange, but please keep them coming. In this case, Patrick Stewart has deservedly received a lot of media attention for his out-of-character performance, The answers you drew out of Sauliner, however, add to the understanding of the film. That's the mark of a good interview.
I went to see this movie and I agree with this excellent review of this film.. Great job, Adam.
Much of the fun of the old horror movies was the anticipation of finally seeing the monster. Pictures like the original "The Thing" had you wait an eternity before the appearance. The classic "Incredible Shrinking Man" did not trot out the giant cat and spider until well into the movie. And how long did we wait before we saw King Kong? There's nothing wrong with using your imagination for a while.
I'm not sure these individuals performed before leaving Rochester, but these names quickly came to my mind:
Peter Breck - Big Valley TV show
Foster Brooks - comedian
Louise Brooks - silent film star
Renee Flemming - does opera count as theater?
Robert Forester -Medium Cool (acad. award nomination for supporting actor)
John Lithgow - 2 x supporting actor nominee; 3rd Rock From the Sun
Hugh O'Brien - Wyatt Earp tv series
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