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Featurette: Jeremy Podeswa Explains About 'Fugitive Pieces'

April 23, 2008 04:09:55 GMT

A new featurette showcasing the explanatory remarks from director/writer Jeremy Podeswa about post-WW II drama film 'Fugitive Pieces' has come out online.


Featurette: Jeremy Podeswa Explains About 'Fugitive Pieces'
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A new featurette on the Samuel Goldwyn Films' drama "Fugitive Pieces" has come out on the net. The video footage showcases the description of the film made by its director/scribbler Jeremy Podeswa as well as the compilation of clips from the film starring Stephen Dillane, Rade Serbedzija and Rosamund Pike.

The featurette begins with an eerie scene in which a little boy opens his house front door and runs into the woods. Then, it is cut into the explanation given by Podeswa who stated that the film is generally about a young Poland boy whose family was killed at the height the World War II. As the clips take over again, the director said that the boy is saved by a Greek man who brings him to Greek and hide him there.

Aside from the explanatory remark made by the filmmakers, the featurette also contains the major characters description from the eye of their depicters as Serbedzija gives his insight on Athos Roussos, Pike on Alex, Dillane on the main character Jacob and some others. The video runs nearly up to eight minutes and gives out idea about how the movie will look like.

"Pieces" picks up the story of Jacob, a man whose life is affected by his terrible childhood experience caused by the second World War. Though he has become a mature man and led a new life, he still couldn't get over his parents' death and the pain of having to be separated from his family without knowing the fate of his sister. The story follows him as he seeks for pain relief in writing and how a true love can free him from his past. The film will come in theaters on May 2.

The featurette can be seen below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.

"Fugitive Pieces" Featurette:



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