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Preview: Dot the I - Press Conference & Premiere in Madrid
Preview: Dot the I
10/30/2003 - By Vadin for Cineol.net
Press conference : It was held at the Hotel Orfila, starting the photo shoot with a slight delay over the planned. Directed by director Matthew Parkhill, and performers Natalia Verbeke and James D'Arcy. Natalia copied the media the moment she entered through the door of the small garden. Gorgeous and very kind, always smiling, let all the cameras surround her.
First, session of the three people who were (director and the two actors), then Natalia with Matthew Parkhill, later switching to the photo shoot to Matthew Parkhill by D'Arcy. Natalia posed alone for the media, playing the next turn to James D'Arcy,
But when the actress left the stage with the movie poster and put D'Arcy there was no camera left, they had all gone with Verbeke to a corner of the small courtyard, with the consequent James joke and generalized laughter. The two posed separately from the poster, each on one side, although most of the cameras were copied by Miss Verbeke.
I was fortunate enough to stop D'Arcy before he left and ask him to let me take some pictures, making him several without anyone else in the press interested, until they started to leave Natalia and went to photograph him, Moment in which the circle that surrounded the actress diminished and I took advantage to change of side.
In the press conference the director gave details on the shooting and the casting of Natalia, " Gael García Bernal and James D'Arcy did not have to go through the casting. The choice of the Mexican is curious because, according to the director's own words: "I chose it because my mother loves it ..." ; And Mrs. Parkhill had a good eye.
James D'Arcy has finished filming with Russell Crowe, Master and Commander and when asked about that shoot and specifically about that actor, D'Arcy shows off his humor, present throughout the press conference "They chose me Thanks to this film, in which I play the protagonist, so ... Crowe is an extra in my film " , with the consequent laughter of the room.
He says, more seriously, that Master and Commander needed an authentic Englishman and that he was delighted to accept that project.
On the other hand, when asked Natalia why she chose this project, she says "I loved the script and the character, it has many moods and jumps from joy to sadness in a few seconds ... For me it was A challenge, with the addition that it was in English, that motivates me. "
Everyone in the press conference was quite talkative, the director was the most serious of all, although he is also the one that has more things to lose, since, everyone else has been lucky after this movie, as we were told.
Natalia was beautiful and very friendly. D'Arcy surprised me (this guy is a box of surprises), he was the most prankster of all, and the one who knew how to make a smile to those who were there and that we were still thinking about the end of the film.
10/31/2003 - By Vadin / Cineol.net
Premiere: After arriving there a long time in advance, walking on the red carpet (with the attendants' subsequent glances) and finally to the hall of the Capitol cinema, the other journalists and photographers start arriving...
(A list of arrivals on the red carpet)
And now, the most anticipated of the "party" Natalia Verbeke, Matthew Parkhill, James D'Arcy and Tom Hardy.
She was beautiful, more than yesterday of course, and in an impressive suit, we were all amazed. And a greeting at the end, and dedicated to our goal ... I almost faint. Up to this point he gave himself the red carpet in the Capitol of Madrid, less famous of those who had confirmed attendance, but at least attended very well to all means.