Personalities | 1980 | Sound | Colour
Interview with film director Blake Edwards.
Lighting is very dull, Blake Edwards sits in what looks like a living room, he wears black. He speaks about the satisfaction that his latest film has given him, then the interviewer asks him about life imitating art, he sips from a drink, he discusses "Darling Lilli" and that it was not a success, he is asked about the gossip columnists of Hollywood and whether they still hold sway the way Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons used to. The interviewer is a dead ringer for Ricky Tomlinson, of "The Royle Family". They discuss holding the momentum of the film until the very end of the picture. The interviewer finishes and thanks Blake Edwards, and then Edwards takes a sip of drink.
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