He's really a man's man, but he has been interested in literature and writing from a very young age.I grew up in this environment where there were six guys to one girl, very male-dominated, but I secretly wanted to become an actor.A few shots later, the closeup of her calendar also shows the three "gel buttons" in the upper-left corner. I have seen this movie twice, once with my youngest single sister and the second time with another younger single sister.
We're planning to shoot it in Western Australia on the coast — it is so vast and impressive, it is like Jurassic. That is an ongoing question with them: Why don't more Australians go to Australian films?
Seeing 13-year-old boys against that landscape says a lot about the themes of the book, without the need for dialogue. Australian films can be a bit slow because we aren't a very verbose culture — until we've had a couple of beers, at least.
After helming several episodes of , the actor, 45, thought it was time to make the leap to feature films.
“I enjoy being the control freak, having that influence,” he tells THR.
At the beginning of the film, Kenya wakes up her PC, which is clearly a Dell, but it's running Mac OS X.
The screen shows the telltale Finder icons on the right side of the screen and the desktop picture is one of the images that ships with OS X.
It's been hard to disconnect creatively from the piece and talk about it like a product.
That's obviously a necessary evil, but that's been challenging. The exported idea of Australians is more like me: blond, outdoorsy guy who drinks too much and is a bit brash.
Urged on by her friends to try something new and to let go of her dream of the "ideal black man," she accepts a blind date with an architectural landscaper named Brian, only to cut the date short upon first sight, because Brian is white.
The two meet again at a party, and Kenya hires Brian to landscape her new home.