Sound Bite: Mark Ruffalo – what did he like about the script
I liked how it kind of, what a wild ride it was, kind of where it takes you um I like that it had the comedy and the drama and the slapstick and the…
Sound Bite: Mark Ruffalo – it’s comedy but tragic at the same time
Yeah, it’s life, but in a much more grander more adventurous way. But yeah it has a great love story that’s going on not only a romantic love story but a love story between these 2 brothers too and um and it’s all set in this kind of fun, twisty uh (talks) in its own world. I mean you look at it you’re immediately like wow, what is that world, you know?
Sound Bite: Mark Ruffalo – what time period
Um its anachronistic, it’s um they look at themselves as throwbacks, these gentlemen con men, these kind of connoisseurs of the con, uh they feel like, Steven certainly feels like they belong to a long line of uh a certain um art form, let’s say, and they like fine things, classic, fine, handmade things which happen to be old because there’s not a lot of that around anymore.
Sound Bite: Mark Ruffalo – basically his character is trying to survive
Yes and it’s kind of in a strange way a million dollar hand to mouth game they’re playing, you know, and it’s they don’t know anything else.
Sound Bite: Mark Ruffalo – on where they shot
In Serbia, in Belgrade of all places you know it’s like and it is it’s incredible, I mean they have like this very old uh culture and uh with this gypsy influence there that’s totally, it’s incredible. Gypsy music and this overlapping of the horse and mule and Mercedes Benzes, it’s like, and then yeah and then they’re old communist roots, and we shot on Tito’s train. It’s like everywhere you go there’s an enormous amount of culture and time and just quirkiness, it’s just crazy looking there.
Description: HRN-2961 The Brothers Bloom Mark Ruffalo
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