Next Interview: Questions for director John Boorman?


If you’re a film buff — and seriously, if you’re reading, stumbling across movie blogs, etc., why not? — you may have a ready question or two you’d love to ask the great John Boorman.

He did “Point Blank” and “Hell in the Pacific.” He made “Deliverance” and “Zardoz” And “Excalibur.”

There was “Beyond Rangoon” and “The General,” “The Tailor of Panama” and, one of my all time favorites — the semi-autobiographical “Hope and Glory.”

“Queen and Country” is his sequel to that film, and I’ll be asking him a few things about coming back to those characters 27 years later for a story about a young man’s years in the Korean War era British military.

But what about you? Got a question? Comment below, and thanks for the suggestions.

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