“And of course period films about the movies allow for ample amounts of beauty and glamour – costume designers can have a field day.”
“Write what you know” is one of the hoariest adages around, and for film-makers it means making movies about a subject of endless fascination and first-hand knowledge for them: the movies.
Anna Smith, film critic and host of the podcast Girls On Film, suggests that sentimentality may be playing a part.
I liked the little hubs where people would meet: the stage management room, the green room, the locker room.”
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