What draws you to this type of strong-willed, restless heroine? It’s not something someone sets out to do—I never really set out to make movies about strong fighting women, but it just seems to happen that way.I’ve certainly known some, and I think my sister was probably a big influence.CHEW-BOSE: He anchors the narrative, especially in the way Tom adapted the novel, and the moments in which Levin returns. You know, I think still, to this day, women are supposed to be nice and sweet, and passive, and I don’t know many who really are like that all of the time, hardly at all.
He followed this up with the serials Bodily Harm with Timothy Spall, and the highly acclaimed Charles II: The Power and The Passion with Rufus Sewell which won the BAFTA Award for Best Drama Serial.
During the 1990s he worked at Oil Factory, a music video production company based in Caledonian Road, Kings Cross.
I’m very interested in dance, and I’m very interested in how people express themselves through movement. It’s almost the point of cinema -it’s time-based and movement-based.
I worked with a choreographer, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, who’s done a lot of work with Akram Kahn, who is a choreographer in the UK.
I remember saying to Keira that Elizabeth Bennet reminds me of my sister.
As we’re talking about, she has this kind of refusal to accept the preconceived patriarchal idea of what a woman should be. I kind of feel like I understand women better than I do men, really.
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Every morning I woke up with fear but fear was a great motivator.