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February 15, 2008 | From Reuters
Amos Kollek said his difficult relationship with his famous father, Teddy Kollek, an important figure in Israeli history and long-time mayor of Jerusalem, was the inspiration for his film "Restless." After Thursday's premiere of the drama about the bitter estrangement of a father and his son at the Berlin Film Festival, the Israeli director said he felt cheated out of having a father even though it seemed everyone else envied him. "I had feelings of anger towards my father," the 60-year-old filmmaker said.
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February 15, 2008 | From Reuters
Amos Kollek said his difficult relationship with his famous father, Teddy Kollek, an important figure in Israeli history and long-time mayor of Jerusalem, was the inspiration for his film "Restless." After Thursday's premiere of the drama about the bitter estrangement of a father and his son at the Berlin Film Festival, the Israeli director said he felt cheated out of having a father even though it seemed everyone else envied him. "I had feelings of anger towards my father," the 60-year-old filmmaker said.
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September 24, 2000 | PAUL FRANCIS DUKE, Paul Francis Duke is a writer and producer in Los Angeles
The American film "Restless" was shot in Beijing in the fall of 1997. It's scheduled to be released in Los Angeles in October. The following is a firsthand account of shooting a film in China by Paul Francis Duke, who was involved in the production. * There's no country that sparks images in the public imagination more complex and contradictory than China.
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September 24, 2000 | PAUL FRANCIS DUKE, Paul Francis Duke is a writer and producer in Los Angeles
The American film "Restless" was shot in Beijing in the fall of 1997. It's scheduled to be released in Los Angeles in October. The following is a firsthand account of shooting a film in China by Paul Francis Duke, who was involved in the production. * There's no country that sparks images in the public imagination more complex and contradictory than China.
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October 30, 2003 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Slowly, tentatively, this fire-traumatized city is returning to something resembling normal, although the pain remains. More businesses reopened Wednesday, shopping centers had more shoppers and the Navy resumed normal operations. Striking grocery workers resumed picketing at supermarkets, and people in cars once again ventured beyond their neighborhoods.
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March 9, 1999 | ROGER KAHN, Roger Kahn, a former baseball writer in New York, is the author of "Joe & Marilyn," "The Boys of Summer" and other baseball books
At a luncheon when the Reagan presidency was in flower, an editor who was holding forth on American heroes asked if I'd take on a tough one. "The Yankee Clipper," the editor said. "Jolting Joe. Did you know Marilyn used to call him 'Joe the Slugger' in that breathy, bedroom voice of hers. There's sarcasm there, don't you think, and doesn't that say a lot?" Some of the biography the editor wanted would describe high deeds at Yankee Stadium, as Baseball Joe captured New York.
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