When his teacher asked the class to draw pictures for parents' day, little Doug Wright went to work with relish. His mom often pulled out an easel and paints on the weekends, asking her three children to draw pictures and make up stories about them. She read to them from Greek mythology, as well as tales about hobbits and other strange creatures. Wright had a vivid imagination and a fascination with the frightening and the violent. He loved drawing monsters, witches, ghosts, demons and... More >>>
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In Wright's film Quills, Geoffrey Rush plays the Marquis de Sade, stripped of everything to prevent his writing.