Terrence Malick’s 2011 film 'The Tree of Life' will be screened in Dublin this summer accompanied live by the RTÉ National Symphony, which will perform the film's score using a 100-piece orchestra and choir.
An interview is a complicated, intoxicating beast. You rarely ever know who will be presented in front of you. Sure, you know their name, seen their film, read their book or listened to their CD but these are flesh and blood human beings we are talking about. They are only predictable in their unpredictability. I knew deep down in my bones my newest interview Brian Dennehy would, well, be Brian Dennehy. Star of stage and screen, Mr. Dennehy could be anyway he wants to be and who could blame him? He's Brian Dennehy. He has chased Rambo, wandered through a Peter Greenaway film, found the fountain of youth in Cocoon and its sequel.
On Feb. 8, Terrence Malick premiered his Knight of Cups at the Berlin International Film Festival. And as per usual, the filmmaker relies on classical tunes to keep the film moving, featuring compositions by Arvo Part, Claude Debussy, Edvard Grieg and more.