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|New Interview with David Yates & Steve Kloves|
|News - Newsflash|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 30 April 2009 13:21|
In a new interview with the Baltimore Sun, director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves discuss writing and directing Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows.
"I've worked with Jim before, and that's where you most see my British sensibility," says Yates. "Jim as an actor is a real touchstone of the British sensibility. He understands the people in the British middle-class, and their need for social advancement, and their need to be recognized that they have achieved social advancement. He's built a career on understanding those characteristics. He has great pathos but he's also very funny."
Prince presented challenges because of "a series of memories that inform the past and the present." While Yates "enjoyed the flashbacks enormously as separate incidents, he didn't feel they were satisfying within the whole. In other words, they diluted the dramatic experience from his point of view and he felt we needed to concentrate exclusively on those memories that informed one particular thread of the story - the story I was, by and large, telling."
"I'd wanted Order of the Phoenix to be an intense journey with a troubled young kid, more social-realist than the other films. But The Half-Blood Prince is more heightened, and if Deathly Hallows Part I is quite verite and goes back to that social-realist style, Part II should be epic and operatic."
ÂThanks to Snitch Seeker for the tip!
|Last Updated on Thursday, 30 April 2009 13:45|