|Wilkinson sletter Carreys erindringer|
Skrevet den 18/12-2002 af Pernille Flensted-Jensen
Tom Wilkinson er den seneste tilføjelse til rollelisten til Michel Gondrys Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. På listen findes allerede en række andre glimrende skuespillere, nemlig Kate Winslet, Jim Carrey, Kirsten Dunst og Mark Ruffalo.
Drejebogen til filmen er skrevet af Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich) og ser ud til at følge hans vanlige krinkelkrogede stil: Jim Carrey spiller Joel Barish, der forelsker sig i Clementine Kruczynski (Kate Winslet). Men efterhånden går det ned ad bakke med forholdet og de beslutter sig for at slette enhver erindring om forholdet. Under glemmeprocessen fortryder de imidlertid â€“ men de kan ikke skjule sig for Dr. Mierzwiak (Tom Wilkinson), som har herredømmet over deres hukommelse....
Handlingen kompliceres yderligere af at Mierzwiak, der er gift, har en affære med sin sekretær (Kirsten Dunst), mens hans assistent (Mark Ruffalo) i al hemmelighed er forelsket i Clementine.
Wilkinson blev tidligere på året nomineret til en Oscar for sin fantastiske præstation i In the Bedroom. Han vandt den ikke, men fik både en Independent Spirit Award og en New York Film Critics Circle Award for den.
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|Completely agree with you about Jack Black and Seth Rogan. Jack Black in Michel Gondry's godawful film about rknaeimg old movies with little bits of cardboard? Who do I speak to about getting my 2 hours back for that one?Michael Cera is great but I get the feeling that I'm going to get tired of him pretty soon. The one he did where he and his friends drove around NYC in a yellow car was pretty damn good. I saw it the same day I saw Seth Rogan in that Make a Porno movie. That piece of crap got me banned from Kevin Smith's forums. I hated that movie so much I just lost so much respect for him. They finally banned me from the forum. When they did, they erased every comment I had ever made from the day I joined. It was like I never existed. Except the replies people had made to me those were still there. Only my reflection remained. But seriously that movie sucked ass.Ridley Scott is one of my favorite directors. Blade Runner is one of my favorite films. I saw it when I was a kid so I still view it the same way I view Star Wars through the eyes of that kid who just kept saying wow! through out the entire story.Loved Slumdog and I also expected to not like it. It was predictable as hell but it was unpredictably good. I think Danny Boyle has yet to make a bad film. (Sunshine and 28 Days are bloody brilliant) However the one with kid who finds all the money comes dangerously close. I think it's called Millions.I can't think of The English Patient without getting angry. I hated that movie with a passion and I couldn't escape. I had stupidly sat in the center of the crowded theater and all of the women around me were weeping. I desperately wanted to stand up and state loud and clear for the entire auditorium that I've got to get the fuck out of here. but I stayed, kept quiet and I've regretted it every day since. (the horror . the horror)|