As a fan of both Asian cinema and things that offend people, I was ecstatic to have the opportunity to interview director Adam Tseui and actresses Ivy Shao and Li Xing.
Harvey Milk led a one-man revolution, inspiring a group of young people to become gay rights activists.
“It’s mainly the relationships. It’s the constant jabbing at each other, and things like that.”
The character of Hope couldn’t be further away from the goody-goody nature of Bernadette.
“I’ve always been a fan of strong female characters, like in the Alien movies or the Terminator movies.”
“There’s a point where timing comedy goes from artistic to science! A frame can make or break a laugh.”
“(Improvisation) adds a whole layer of difficulty to being an actor in a movie. I’ve wanted to do that.”
“I was very intrigued by how Kat was basically the odd man out in the film. She was completely unaware of the destruction and the darkness until the end.”
“For me, there’s no absolute way of doing anything. Not in life, and not in movies.”
Sabat has voiced the English-dubbed version of Vegeta for years, and continues to do so in the new feature length film Dragon Ball Z; Resurrection ‘F,’ currently on the big screen via Fathom Events in […]