Catherine Keener joins guest host Candy Palmater to discuss her role in "Unless" the film adaptation of Carol Shield's final novel. It premieres at this year's.
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UNLESS directed by Alan Gilsenan, written by Gilsenan from the novel by Carol Shields, with Catherine Keener and Matt Craven. A Mongrel release. 93 minutes
Emereo Publishing (Biography & Autobiography Books)
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Critically acclaimed director Viktor Taransky (Al Pacino) has just lost his last shot at a comeback when his temperamental flesh and blood actress (Winona Ryder in a cameo role) walked off his movie. Fired by his ex-wife and studio head (Catherine Keener), Taransky just lost any hope of recapturing his former life. But then computer genius Hank Aleno (Elias Koteas) enters the picture. As his dying wish, Hank bequeaths software to Taransky that will change his life forever.
Hannah Gross, who plays the young woman panhandling outside Honest Ed’s in Unless, admits that she was nervous meeting co-star Catherine Keener. “It was totally intimidating,” she allows, sitting at the Hotel Intercontinental during TIFF last month. “She’s so incredible in an understated way. I fell in love with her when I saw Being John Malkovich. “But that feeling of intimidation fell away the minute I met her. When I relay these sentiments to Keener, she practically busts a gut. “No way,” she says, thinking I’m referring to Keener’s other Unless co-star, the legendary Hanna Schygulla. “You’re kidding me. . “I met her in the makeup trailer and was very, very shy about meeting her. I was at a loss for words,’’ Keener says, echoing what Gross had said about Keener herself. “I was very self-conscious,” Keener continues, “and I said to myself [speaking slowly, one word at a time], ‘Shake it fucking off. ’ She knows her shit and she’s amazing. When I realize why she’s so strangely gobsmacked hearing Gross’s superlatives, we clear things up. Keener laughs uproariously in that husky voice of hers and then recounts her time with Gross. “Hannah’s like this little lamb,” she says. “But I went to a hockey game with her, and she’s got a real streak of wildness in her. Keener’s a hockey fan. I go to hockey games a lot. I love the Rangers, but I’m not in New York any more. “I love the old warrior sensibility, the insane endurance it requires and the way the game is played in the moment. You have to not anticipate anything and anticipate everything at the same time. And react quickly – on a turn. When I suggest it sounds just like acting, she quickly agrees. “A lot of sport to me is like acting – if you’re firing really well, hockey’s a really good metaphor.
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