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Philosophy sellers 64, items. Science sellers 75, items. Travel sellers 60, items. While Soderbergh is reluctant to claim it's Del Toro's best work — "Well, he's got a lot of movies ahead of him" — like all the performances below, it looks set to stand the test of time.
And what more could you ask for from an actor entrusted to bring a historical figure to life? She's mesmerising, she never makes it look like heavy lifting. It's fun to see her play a part like Elizabeth. You have to believe, at that point in time, that it really was about being good in the room, that your personal charisma drove your ability to get stuff done. If you're Elizabeth, and you can't be in a room and be smarter than everyone else, and keep them at bay constantly, then you lose!
And Cate is believable as someone who can wield that personal power. It's kind of like Fidel [Castro]. But [Elizabeth] had no newsreel, no press releases And that's where [Cate] really delivers. I just buy her as somebody who could seduce everyone into following her ideas. It's hard to fake being smart. I love Bruno Ganz, for one, so I loved watching him in this. His performance is absolutely a worthy addition to the pantheon of Hitler portrayals.
But I think Ganz did a great job of examining an interesting question: is everyone allowed to be in pain? Is Hitler allowed to be in pain? Is Hitler allowed to be in agony? This is a philosophical question. And I think for the purposes of art you have to say: 'Yes'. In this case, I thought he did a great job of showing that there is a mechanism, even within someone like that, for terror, fear, pain, agony It pushed you into this place, like, 'Wow! Can I empathise with the pain that this guy is in? Is that possible?
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It's an underrated movie. I remember when it came out, feeling that Spike had really done something and Denzel had really done something. It was a thoughtful and well-mounted film. I was disappointed that it didn't get more attention than it did. And Spike had a tough job on Malcolm X.
They're trying to do that thing where they do 20 years of a guy's life, which we weren't on Che. We're doing two very specific sections, not that far apart. Denzel's got to play this whole series of evolutions — and that's hard.
By definition, it's got to be the most challenging [role of his career]. If we can agree that he delivers, then you've got to say that may be the best thing he's done. I thought he was totally dialled in. It was pure pleasure to watch him. He's the guy. I felt the same about Benicio. He's the guy too! There's a long pause and out of the dark, this voice goes, 'Bravely played! When you look at what she has to say and what she has to wear and the sets she has to walk around in, again the fact that she kept a straight face during all that, that's a testament to her fortitude.
God, I hope we can recreate some of those crazy-ass costumes. Our version [of the Cleopatra story] will be like an Elvis musical in 3-D. It's a total rock'n'roll, aesthetic — like Viva Las Vegas meets Tommy.
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I've wanted my whole career to make a musical. And the 3-D makes it more challenging but makes it more fun. Based on the way I want to shoot it, I think it's going to really pay off. But our treatment of her is pretty modern, let's say. I am not kidding! It's really wild. It scared me a little. My laughter caught in my throat.
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I thought, 'They're shooting a lot of the same scenes we are. What if ours looks like this? So Omar playing Che is not so bad. The movie is so wacky, and Palance is so insane! I thought Gael was terrific in The Motorcycle Diaries.