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  • I first heard that this was taking place it's it struck me I now see think

  • inspired partnership at the time I thought it was an unusual partnership

  • because to make it a very crude distinction I think Aaron Sorkin is

  • famous as a word guy and you're famous as a as a visual guy you are after all

  • the guy who directed the London Olympics and and which I thought would have been

  • funnier I seriously and we can talk about this consumer is really tough in

  • those big ceremonies humor is really really been given a script with that

  • much dialogue if you are anything but just know I know I mean and you told me

  • you told me the other night that there are no the wind in the screenplay that

  • you're given their no stage did not really there was like this is the first

  • and this and they're all in Syria day continuous and so it is a provocation is

  • that because you're basically not trying to direct you just try and I your

  • writing it and saying he's a team player he has a reputation has been not

  • difficult to text you know careful about his work

  • collaborators who can deliver this stuff otherwise you just write a novel you and

  • just let people but you wanted to be heard and seen and sure I don't know

  • even if even if I were capable of writing a novel I don't think I am i

  • power I don't have power subscription I don't think I want to I like what

  • happens

  • dialogue on there I've read some of them with which is just literally just

  • dialogue from the beginning to any June an amazing the way you want it to be

  • public as we all do that's the business we're in we wanted to be in some sense

  • share

  • hadn't heard and criticize them and like all those kind of things as part of our

  • because I was in the rehearsal room with us for every single moment I mean you

  • really there was no moment when I don't think he was there when you were smoking

  • outside of going to eat more bread goods you think I didn't notice you eating I

  • know you did how did you get involved in the first place

  • well I had heard I have the story he bought no not at all by the way there's

  • an extra part that I can you have quite like to know what happened before I came

  • along by the time so I heard I was in Australia working on a different film

  • this is just at the end of last year really not very long ago at all

  • coming to the end of that she knows coming up on got a nice big break in a

  • busy few years and had a baby and so was coming just looking forward to some

  • downtime and hair makeup artist who was on that film is a brilliant originally

  • croatian makeup design and Iran Iraq and I'd worked with her on the reader and a

  • few other things and we were just chatting as you do and hair and makeup

  • trailer and she came in one morning all buzzing and shit now in Hostos of shut

  • the make up for any exciting things happened overnight had an email from

  • Scott rooted everywhere from Scotland and we did it do that Steve Jobs film

  • and Danny Boy things quite keen you might fly down for meeting in this kind

  • of goes on and going wow that's amazing so I think Michael Fassbender is

  • probably gonna play Steve Jobs been written by Aaron Sorkin I'm going oh my

  • god this is fantastic

  • shootin' San Francisco they start in a month it's really fast turnaround this

  • goes on at a couple of days go by and I said to get the latest installment every

  • morning in the

  • the same deal shut the door I get these sort of things going on and then finally

  • after three or four days of hearing about what's going on with her gay guy

  • finally say what's it about as she then described how it was constructed in

  • these three scenes and then I found myself saying what's the girls part

  • because of course I knew there had to be one and the clutch my shoulders I went

  • okay and we don't have started cooking up this plaque in the honestly in the

  • middle of nowhere with no wife in Australia of how somehow we were going

  • to get somebody to send me the script and so I knew at that point actually

  • that their part was on offer to somebody else and I just thought I had to leave

  • it alone

  • bide my time luckily she turned it down full so I made the most of this of this

  • this moment and I understand through my hat in the ring and just let it be known

  • that should they feel like sending the script my way I would be delighted to

  • have a little look and I'm lucky that they respond in the correct way and sent

  • me the script that got the picture of you in the wake ok got sent the picture

  • to me that was my plan

  • with with no tests just the picture and I thought was that Scott had found an

  • old picture of a young John Hoffman and I i just wrote back call Scott wrote

  • back to me do you know who that is and I Robert of course and who wrote back I

  • don't think you do and I wrote back its Joanna and he wrote back its Kate and I

  • wrote back that's Cate Blanchett got wind of what you hear one thing actually

  • after John are the roadrunner Hoffman saw the film she she sent me a very

  • lovely email saying how much she had enjoyed this and wanting me specifically

  • to parcel to Michael Fassbender how wonderful it was to see the real steady

  • and his war and so that's one thing that you know I wish I could never met her

  • yeah you know it that's for me that's the whole point of why this story our

  • story is different to previous ones or documentary as you know it does give you

  • access to a side of Steve Jobs that I think people really didn't know was

  • there because of how he has been so talk about it being notoriously difficult to

  • work for perfection is intimidate grand Magus etc but he wasn't he was a father

  • he was a human being and you wanna the character gives you access to that world

  • and and Daniel Michael

  • I spend a lot of time we all spent more time rehearsing every single scene but

  • focusing a lot on the physicality between the two of them do because we

  • wanted to make sure that it felt tangible you know we we set to Joanna

  • said before launching what would happen to have these frantic last five minutes

  • let's say for example what would happen to him well I mean mostly I couldn't

  • find him but then when we did you know and I think it would be a high five

  • hugs always you lots of hugs and so that was kind of a moment then realized that

  • you know that there were no boundaries between the two of them and actually

  • that opens up a whole platform for a relationship that can be in a much more

  • tactile and an unreal and and and I am rooted in you know and love and

  • affection you seem to be a Tony Award away from receiving the elusive come

  • back to Broadway if we could look forward to seeing you want

  • ok you do it I'll be in it and then I'll try when one of those but just when you

  • thought I would love that the Grammy you would think would be the most elusive I

  • put away from

I first heard that this was taking place it's it struck me I now see think

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    Amy.Lin に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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