'Nebraska' director seeks to acquaint Hollywood with America's heartland
Oscar-nominated director Alexander Payne talks, with Midwestern hospitality, about filming his home state in black and white.
What one remembers from Alexander Payne’s lovely “Nebraska,” which opens in Israeli theaters Thursday, are faces and sky. The faces are those of the characters, some of them played by nonprofessional actors from the American Midwest, where most of the movie is set. The sky covers, and sometimes weighs upon, the flat landscape. Occasionally, it...
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