givemeabeach Posted April 9, 2010 Report Share Posted April 9, 2010 4/8 - Shakespeare in Serbia: Ralph Fiennes’ Coriolanus . . . Fiennes said ““I wouldn’t know how to be baroque with a camera. I want honest camerawork to reflect the scene that is going on. I loved how Istvan Szabo shot which was very simply capturing the actors.” . . . and Gerard Butler as enemy Tullus Aufidius. Though Butler has used up some of his allowance of public goodwill by choosing films based on paycheck and profile (there can be no other excuse for The Ugly Truth, The Bounty Hunter or indeed Law Abiding Citizen), he starred in a stage production of Coriolanus earlier on in his career, and made a good job of it by all accounts. It behooves us all to remember he was once an actor, before he became a red carpet harbinger of bad movies. For full article, click here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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