Ready to scorn

Kansas City is Robert Altman's best movie in years--but does anyone care anymore?

On Ted Turner's Bastard Out of Carolina veto: "It's interesting to me that someone would buy a book that's very well-known, give it a really decent budget, make the movie, and then see it and say they don't like the subject matter. We didn't improvise anything."

On her current project, Agnieszka Holland's Disney-produced adaptation of Henry James' short novel, Washington Square, co-starring Ben Chaplin, Albert Finney, and Maggie Smith: "I met Albert Finney in a hotel elevator in Paris when I was 5. He was so handsome. He patted my head and said, 'What a beautiful child.' And I was like, 'Oh!'"

She feigned a swoon.
"And now he's playing my father, so I guess the Oedipal complex is complete."

Kansas City. Fine Line. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Miranda Richardson, Harry Belafonte. Written by Frank Barhydt and Robert Altman. Directed by Robert Altman. Now showing.

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