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Wednesday November 13, 2002
07:24 AM

Tulse Luper Cast

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Even if you're not, like me, a fan of (the early) Peter Greenaway's movies, you'll be impressed by the heterogenous cast the IMDB lists for his upcoming movie, The Tulse Luper Suitcases. Victoria Abril, Kathy Bates (of Misery fame), Madonna, Don Johnson (from Miami Vice !), Rossy de Palma, Isabella Rossellini, Sting... wondering if it's not a fake cast. (When I say early movies, this includes of course his previous movies where the mysterious Tulse Luper was alluded to : Vertical Features Remake, A Walk Through H, and The Falls.)
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  • When I saw The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover I felt physically ill and wished I'd never watched.

    A few years later I rented The Pillow Book. Fortunately, I didn't realize that these two had the same director, because The Pillow Book is one of my favorite films of all time.

    I went and saw 8 1/2 Women and thought it was okay, but not too amazing. I couldn't finished watching A Zed and Two Noughts, but I did like The Draughtman's Contract quite well.

    In other words, Peter Greenaway is quite a mixed
    • My favorites would be : 1. The Falls [petergreenaway.co.uk] (very strange, doesn't look like any other movie I've ever seen, and very fascinating -- a collage of documentaries about a supposed conspiration of birds, provoking a violent mutation on some humans), 2. Prospero's Books (adapted from Shakespeare's Tempest), and 3. Drowning by Numbers. For the rest I share pretty much your impressions (except that I haven't seen A Zed and Two Noughts, and I didn't get ill while watching The Cook...).