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August 9, 1992 | KRISTINE McKENNA, Kristine McKenna is a frequent contributor to Calendar
Director Barbet Schroeder grumbles about the food at the Sony Pictures commissary--there's a private restaurant for studio brass where the food is said to be much better, he says with an indignant laugh--but his main topic is the emotional torment central to his new film, "Single White Female," which he examines with a peculiar combination of empathy, insight and perverse wit.
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August 9, 1992 | KRISTINE McKENNA, Kristine McKenna is a frequent contributor to Calendar
Director Barbet Schroeder grumbles about the food at the Sony Pictures commissary--there's a private restaurant for studio brass where the food is said to be much better, he says with an indignant laugh--but his main topic is the emotional torment central to his new film, "Single White Female," which he examines with a peculiar combination of empathy, insight and perverse wit.
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July 15, 1992 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If there's anything we've learned from the last couple years of thrillers, it's to trust no one--not nannies, policemen, tenants, roommates, lovers, spouses, no one. One of the few types of significant other heretofore not covered by this paranoid genre--the secretary--gets its shot tonight in the TV movie "Body Language" (at 9 on the USA Network).
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October 29, 2004 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
The actor Rhys Ifans rarely alters his droopy-guy look -- and why should he? It's worked for him since Roger Michell cast him as Hugh Grant's slobby roommate in "Notting Hill." Now Michell has directed an adaptation of Booker Prize winner Ian McEwan's novel "Enduring Love," and he's endowed Ifans with a far meatier, more complex role. In the new movie, Ifans reprises the shaggy Jesus look that made him famous, but perversely subverts it. After this, he may have to retire the image for good.
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