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Francine Stock talks to Tim Roth and Steven Soderbergh

28 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 07 March 2013

The director Steven Soderbergh, who made Oceans Eleven to Thirteen, Traffic and Che talks to Francine Stock about his new film Side Effects, a thriller exploring the apparent effects of taking anti depressants. The actor Tim Roth on Broken, a British film dealing with adolescence and everyday violence, which marks a memorable debut for theatre director Rufus Norris. And with the re-release of The Princess Bride, Frank Cottrell Boyce explains why he thinks it's one of the best screen plays ever written and the columnist Hadley Freeman on why it's not a film just for the girls. Also the Oscar-winning producer Andrew Ruhemann on his big break - the day Steven Spielberg came to call.
Producer: Elaine Lester.



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