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First Look: Sienna Miller, Steve Buscemi in Interview

I first heard of Interview back in January when the movie screened at Sundance. Now, with a release date of July 13, a trailer has hit the Web and I must say I am completely intrigued. Directed by Steve Buscemi, Interview is a remake of a film by Dutch director Theo Van Gogh and it takes place over the course of one night. Buscemi plays a respected political journalist named Pierre who has been tasked with interviewing a young starlet (Sienna Miller) about whom he knows nothing. The unlikely pair spend an evening interviewing each other.

With that seemingly simplistic setup, I'm impressed with how much palpable tension there already is in just the trailer. Buscemi is utterly guileless for a change, not relying on goofiness but rather adopting a kind of careworn professionalism. For her part, Miller acts in the way she has, in recent months, been painted to be in tabloid stories: egotistic, immature, and in love with her own "career" even though it doesn't appear to have much substance yet. The combination is really quite fascinating. You can watch the trailer and tell me if you agree if you

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Ahsoka23 Ahsoka23 5 years
Why does everyone hate Sienna Miller? I think she is pretty good, and the movie was very good. I want to use this for my audition.
yabbiyum yabbiyum 9 years
There is SO MUCH of the trailer, I feel like I've just seen the whole film. My pet theory is the PR people only do that when they think 1) you won't get the premise because it's so inaccessible (badly written), or 2) it's just not a good movie for any number of reasons, and what you haven't seen is down hill from there. I sure hope there's more 'meat' there, because it seems like Miller's character is superficial, totally into herself and seeking validation from someone with maturity, intelligence, worldliness and discrimination. If there's going to be sex or even kissing, I'm not buying it, because although he's an amazingly good actor, Steve isn't easy to look at, and appears fragile and aged in the trailer. Plus, Miller's character seems under the influence (drunk?), so what deep meaning can we glean from someone who keeps falling over in response to Steve's dialog? I dunno about this one.
Phil Phil 10 years
It looks like Steve Buscemi is great in this film! I don't think Sienna Miller brought anything essential to the scenes in the trailer and could have easily been played by any other actress and from what it sounds, it would be hard, anyway, to ruin the screenplay. But, then again, this is just a trailer. I'll definitely be on the search for this one.
aras8218 aras8218 10 years
Looks good
Renees3 Renees3 10 years
NOT a fan of hers, but I'm a big fan of buscemi! I might see it, could be intersting, or could be annoying.
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 10 years
I'm excited for this movie- I really enjoyed the trailer. And not just 'cause I'm a Sienna fan...
CatarinaBella521 CatarinaBella521 10 years
I would see this just for Steve Buscemi, I think he rocks
lala788 lala788 10 years
the trailer look good I'll definitely gonna check this movie out.
Beautifulbarbie Beautifulbarbie 10 years
I dont like her.
xo_verity xo_verity 10 years
The film looks good, even though Sienna Miller annoys the hell out of me!
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