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Action packed 'Talking Movies' on BBC World on 10 Dec
 
Indiantelevision.com Team
(8 December 2004 8:00 pm)
 
This week on BBC World's Talking Movies, director Mike Nichols brings his bigscreen adaptation of the stage play Closer to the big screen. This lacerating examination of sexual gamesmanship stars Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Julia Roberts and Clive Owen as two couples whose entanglements with one another threaten both relationships.

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Oscar nominee short list for Best Documentary. Laura Metzger looks at some of the potential Oscar nominees - in particular touching The Void and The Story of Weeping Camel - two unusual non-fiction films, which some question whether they can carry the documentary label.

Tom Brook sits down with director Jean-Pierre Jeunet and actress Audrey Tautou, the creative duo of Amelie, who have reunited for a new picture titled - A Very Long Engagement. Tautou stars as a handicapped woman desperately searching for her fiance, who is rumoured to have died under mysterious circumstances during a WWI battle.

Andrew Llyod Webber's Broadway sensation The Phantom of the Opera will be presented as envisioned by director Joel Schumacher. The film boasts the talent of Emmy Rossum (The Day After Tomorrow) and Gerard Butler (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider), but they're not big name stars. Metzger finds out if this will hinder or help the movie's performance at the box office.

Talking Movies, a film review and magazine show is sponsored by Hutch and Kenstar and is aired on Fridays at 2 pm and 7 pm and Sundays at 3 am.

 

 
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