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Topic - Giada Colagrande
It's taken her 40 years, but performance artist Marina Abramovic says she's learned to relax the iron self-control that's at the heart of her craft.
Some serious character actors may be embarrassed about playing a comic book character, but Willem Dafoe says he's proud of his role as the villain Green Goblin in the "Spider-Man" movies.
Willem Dafoe says "A Woman," one of his latest projects, is the kind of "pure personal cinema" that he wants to keep on doing.
Colagrande said she was inspired by American noir films of the 1940s, where the plot functioned on a more subconscious and less overt level.
Dafoe and Colagrande, who married in 2005, said they will continue their professional collaboration but Colagrande didn't want to say what that those plans might be.