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Interview (English Subtitled) 2003 NR

Pierre is a reknowned political correspondent who is forced to interview the famous Dutch actress Katja Schuurman.

Katja Schuurman, Pierre Bokma
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Genres Drama
Director Theo van Gogh
Starring Katja Schuurman, Pierre Bokma
Supporting actors Theo Maassen, Ellen Ten Damme, Michiel de Jong, Tinoes Fenanlamrer, Monique Meijer, Theo van Gogh
Studio Entertainment One
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Dutch provocateur Theo Van Gogh seemed to court controversy in life and in film. His final work "Submission" stirred enough hatred, in fact, that it cost him his life at the hands of a Muslim extremist in 2004. It was truly a loss for international cinema. I'm not sure why so few Van Gogh films have been granted a North American distribution even as several of them have been reinterpreted for English speaking markets. "Interview" is a film that really surprised me.

I had seen an American remake of "Interview" by director Steve Buscemi starring himself and Sienna Miller. While I remember finding that film fascinating, I really loved this 2003 original interpretation. Once again (as was his style), this is a two person drama. A political journalist is displeased being assigned to interview a beautiful starlet on the eve of government collapse. Instantly dismissive, the two form an initial dislike. But as the two become more comfortable, they do seem to share a common interest--to provoke one another is an increasingly complex game of secret sharing. This escalating evening of tension is beautifully acted and genuinely surprising. It has a gleeful, but nasty, playfulness that is irresistible. A fine balancing act of verbal sparring where there is little difference between perception and reality. Good stuff! KGHarris, 9/11.
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