Afin de mettre en avant une partie des coulisses de la création, Robert Milne, réalisateur du film Bundle Of Joy, répond à notre questionnaire onirique.
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Les mondes et personnages de ficton de Robert Milne
1- Le personnage qui vous a le plus touché ?
Cheeta, le compagnon de Tarzan. "Moi Cheeta" de James Lever est une autobiographie de Cheeta, le chimpanzé d’Hollywood. Ce livre merveilleux est très amusant et il contient de vielles histoires sur Hollywood. La derniere partie, où Cheeta est réunifiée avec Johnny Weismuller, devenu âgé et fragile, est extrêmement émouvante.
2- Le personnage qui vous a le plus effrayé ?
J'étais terrifié par le Mannequin du ventriloque ("Hugo") dans le superbe et terrifiant film "Au cœur de la nuit" (1945). Le film est composé de cinq récits et le ventriloque qui est interpreté par Michael Redgrave m'a réellement beaucoup marqué et effrayé.
3- Le personnage que vous aimeriez le plus rencontrer ?
1-The fictional character you have most been touched by ?
The fictional character that I have been most touched by is Tarzan's companion Cheeta There is a wonderful book called "Me Cheeta" by James Lever that seems to be Cheeta's autobiography. It is very funny, has some great tales of old hollywood and contains an extremely moving final section where Cheeta is re-united with an elderly and frail Johnny Weismuller ( the actor who played Tarzan).
2-The fictional character you have most been scared by ?
I was terrified by a ventriloquists dummy called Hugo in the superb and very creepy film "Dead of Night" (1945). It is a portmanteau film made up of several stories. The ventriloquist is played by Michael Redgrave and the story has always struck me as very disturbing.
3-The fictional character you would most like to meet ?
As a child I would have loved to have met the TV character Doctor Who. My personal favourite was when the character was played by Patrick Troughton.
4-The fictional character you would most like to be reincarnated as (^_^) ?
I would like to be reincarnated as Bertie Wooster in the comic novels of P.G. Wodehouse.
5-The fictional world you would most like to live in ?
The fictional world I would most like to live in is the world of "The First Men In the Moon" by H.G.Wells. This is a book in which two men journey to the moon in a small craft covered in an anti gravity material called Cavorite and have many strange adventures.
6-The fictional world you would least like to live in ?
The fictional world I would least like to live in is Air Strip One, which is the name that George Orwell gives to the England of his novel"1984."
7-The role you would most like to have from a fictional work ?
The role I would most like to have from a fictional work would be a desert island castaway like Robinson Crusoe as long as the island had plenty of plants to eat and fine weather.
8-The fictional world you remember most from your Childhood ?
The fictional world I most remember from childhood is the planet of "The Clangers" from the UK TV series by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin. There's was a very small world but one in which lovely adventures took place.
9-Your favorite word ?
My favourite word is "Barnacles".
10-The music you want to listen now ?
The music I want to listen to is "Piano Phase" by Steve Reich which I love.