“I’m on a mission to in-depth film interview a World War II combat veteran every single day,” the earnest 19-year-old says after a recent afternoon spent in the living room of William R. Hahn of Los Angeles, where Sharma mined the 93-year-old’s memories for hours.
“Before the Nicholl, people had no idea who I was and the script just went to the bottom of the pile — that’s just how it is out there,” she said. “The Nicholl makes a huge difference — it just makes you legitimate.”
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“I’m a big greens fan. I’m a big vegetable fan. I’m a big whole grains fan. And I exercise a lot. That’s how I keep this petit dancer’s figure,” he said, laughing. “A lot of people misinterpret what I do.”
“I supposed I was raped,” Michele later tells her friends over dinner. Everyone’s jaws drop. She’s ready to hear the dinner specials.
Marshall died in July at 81. He developed the original “Odd Couple” TV series from the 1970s and acted in the current CBS version in an April episode, playing the father of Matthew Perry’s character.
“It is hard to take your eyes off the fire that burns deep under our feet,” Herzog intones in his dreamy German accent during such a sequence. “Everywhere — under the crust of the continents and sea beds. It is a fire that wants to burst forth and it could not care less about what we are doing up here.”
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