How Philip Kaufman turned his new Marquis de Sade film, "Quills," into "Shakespeare in Love" meets "Silence of the Lambs."
November 28, 2000 1:30AM (UTC)
Michael Sragow was a movie critic and editor at Rolling Stone, and now writes on film for the New Yorker and other publications. Listen to his weekly audio recordings discussing movies and DVDs.
This week Michael talks about how director Philip Kaufman turned his new Marquis de Sade film, "Quills," into "Shakespeare in Love" meets "Silence of the Lambs."
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