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Interview with Jonathan Isgar, a blunt gweilo
Overview of your work 5/7 - Page 7
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 10/1/2010
Type(s) : Interview
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Mark King
Ringo Lam Ling Tung
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HKCinemagic: Contrary to Once Upon a Time in China in which you got the main part against Mark King, here, it’s King who got one of the main part as a terrorist member. Yourself appeared only near the end. Can you tell us why?
Jonathan Isgar: That film was written by Louis Roth and his girlfriend Deborah. I originally auditioned for the lead, ol Ringo Lam sat there taking notes on my character breakdown, the white hair, everything, anyway I got a few days in the end.
HKCinemagic: Was the film shot with synchronised sound?
Jonathan Isgar: Yes, but only a wild track.
HKCinemagic: Ringo Lam has the reputation to be a very tough director. Was it your feeling too while shooting the movie?
Jonathan Isgar: I didn’t see much of that. It may have seemed a bit hard to the American actors brought in.
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