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International title Interview
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2007
Running time 81
Director Steve Buscemi
Screenplay David Schechter y Steve Buscemi sobre el original de Theodor Holman
Film Editing Kate Williams
Photography Thomas Kist
Music Evan Lurie
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Producer Cinemavault Releasing International
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Synopsis Interview is the first film in the trilogy of remakes of films by Theo Van Gogh, the Dutch writer and film director shot dead by an Islamic fundamentalist in 2004.Pierre Peders, a war correspondent of international repute, has toughened up by seeing the worst horrors committed by Man. One day he gets the assignment of interviewing Katya, the most famous American soap opera star. Offended, humilliated, demoted, he gets in touch with Katya to do the job. What he does not know is that, under the glamour, the whims and the luxury surrounding her, there is an intelligent woman, sharp and witty, and carrying hundreds of scars, just like him. A relationship starts developing between them, full of traps, wry criticism, sexual tension and lucid reflections about everything and everybody.
Director bio Steve Buscemi was born in Brooklyn, New York. He became interested in acting during his last year of high school. After graduating, he moved to Manhattan to study acting with John Strasberg. He began writing and performing original theatre pieces which led to his being cast in his first lead role in Parting Glances (1986). Since then, he has acquired great reputation as an actor and director, both in television and cinema. In 1992 he wrote and directed his first short, What Happened to Pete?, and four years later his first feature, Trees Lounge, although it would be his next project, Animal Factory (2000), the one that got to a wider international audience.