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With the (presumed) success of Haga shoten’s Young Nobles of Britain , the next year (1989) saw the publication of Young Nobles of Britain Part II , featuring mostly the same actors as in the preceding volume: Hugh Grant, Daniel Day Lewis, Rupert... Of these, only Gary Oldman wasn’t in some way linked with British heritage films (it should be said that other actors are mentioned within – Alan Rickman, Jonathan Pryce and Jeremy Irons [the “beautiful middle-aged big three”], for example – but... The first essay, nestled amongst a wealth of b/w and color movie stills, is “A Survey of English Beauty: The Real Faces the Stars Show Us” (イギリス美形紀行・スターたちが見せた素顔), which talks about these stars’ stage careers, including mention of the Royal... We might argue that this is tapping into, creating, or, more likely, reinforcing pre-existing discourse about the theater pedigree of British actors relative to American ones. Here, the word “international” to me seems another way of saying “Hollywood” or “American,” and we see similar pronouncements later on from both Hong Kong and South Korean stars. So that the United States/Hollywood becomes a key thing against which the nation-based star is defined in Japan. Because they’re not American, they’re British/Chinese/Korean/worthy of our attention. they’re not just movie stars, but also stage actors, all of which suggests that taste and nation become inextricably linked within such discourse. Parenthetically, this actually ignores a fairly strong theatrical tradition in the United States. I’m not sure about conditions when this book was published in 1989, which was the height of the Brat Pack (most began as child actors, but Judd Nelson, for example, studied under Stella Adler) but if we consider the cast of 2013’s Star Trek Into... yet, because “Britishness” is linked discursively here to an old theatrical tradition, it becomes a signifier of Britishness against an (arguably more glitzy and less serious) tradition of Hollywood movie stardom. Source: some of us are looking at the stars
Known for his roles in films such as The Killing Fields, A Room With a View and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, English actor Julian Sands returns to the stage in A Celebration of Harold Pinter. In this powerful solo show directed by John Malkovich
. 'In Thailand for the shoot, I was told to keep my distance from John because he was unstable'. The Killing Fields - 1984. 'It was all very disturbing' … Julian Sands, left, in The Killing
Gothic VHS 1986 Horror Gabriel Byrne Julian Sands http://t.co/94JjkNV76H http://t.co/z8gWBQan8L 01/26/15, @HotDeals16
@beezageeza @P_T_RYAN speaking of awful Julian Sands films, anyone ever see "Boxing Helena"? David Lynch's daughter Jennifer directed :/ 01/26/15, @cousincat
@beezageeza The 1998 version with Julian Sands & Asia Argento. 01/26/15, @P_T_RYAN
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Julian Sands, Actor: Leaving Las Vegas. Tall, gaunt, and particularly effective in horror and drama films--British actor Julian Sands was born in Otley, West Riding ...
Julian Sands began his film career appearing in supporting roles in films, including Oxford Blues (1984) and The Killing Fields (1984). He was cast as the romantic ...
Tall, gaunt, and particularly effective in horror and drama films--British actor Julian Sands was born in Otley, West Riding of Yorkshire, to Brenda ...
Если вы нашли эту страницу, не мне вам рассказывать, кто такой Джулиан Сэндз (Julian Sands):) А ...