[ilds] two more anecdotes and a thought concerning "Judith"

Bruce Redwine bredwine1968 at earthlink.net
Thu Oct 16 09:14:14 PDT 2014

Thanks, Rony.  I would say, generally speaking, that your third point is typical of Durrell’s characterizations, particularly in the works after The Dark Labyrinth.  He does better with women, and I find them more interesting, because of his feminine side?


On Oct 16, 2014, at 3:50 AM, Rony Alfandary <alfandary at gmail.com> wrote:

>  1. Initially the producer asked Carol Reed to direct the film and this was not carried out only because Sophia Loren got pregnant that year (abortively, sadly) and when she was again available, Reed was already engaged in the initial stages of the  filming of Oliver.
> 2. the director of the second film unit on location was Nicolas Roeg
> 3. interesting that  the female protagonist is portrayed as a complex, conflicted and tormented woman (Being a Holocaust survivor who survived through her partial collaboration with the Nazis) while all the male characters are very straight forward and plain...
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