Tag Archives: Jordana Bevan

Glue – Yasmin Paige interview – indielondon.co.uk

Exclusive indielondon.co.uk Interview with Yasmin Author – Rob Carnevale Source – Indielondon.co.uk Summary Yasmin Paige talks about playing the role of Ruth in Channel 4 drama Glue and why her preparation involved getting to understand Romany culture a lot better and how to behave like a police officer. She also reflects on her own career to date, […]

Submarine Interview – Trinitynews.ie

The Life Aquatic- An Interview with the cast of Richard Ayoade’s Submarine Author – Aisling Deng Source – trinitynews.ie Summary Aisling Deng Interviews Craig Roberts and Yasmin Paige about Richard Ayoade’s Submarine “Between men and women there is no friendship possible. There is passion, enmity, worship, love, but no friendship,” proclaimed Oscar Wilde. Submarine is a coming of […]

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Oliver Tate: Ask me how deep the ocean is. Jordana Bevan: Shut up. Oliver Tate: Come on, just ask me. Jordana Bevan: Why? Oliver Tate: ‘Cause I know the answer. Jordana Bevan: Oh! Do you? Oliver Tate: Yes, I do. Jordana Bevan: How deep is the ocean?  Oliver Tate: I’m not gonna say. Jordana Bevan: I’m brokenhearted. Oliver Tate: The ocean is six miles deep. Jordana […]

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Oliver Tate: This is the moment where you leave him and come with me. Jordana Bevan: Is it? Oliver Tate: Yeah, are you coming? Jordana Bevan: No. Submarine (2010)

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Fuckin’ aye! You’re a serial killer! Submarine (2010) Jordana Bevan upon seeing Oliver’s boudoir arrangement

An interview with Richard Ayoade: London-student.net

An interview with Richard Ayoade: London-student.net Author – Sam Price Source – london-student.net Summary it’s difficult to overestimate how remarkably clam-free, and what a breath of fresh air, Richard Ayoade’s Submarine is. Let’s not mince words about this: it’s likely the best British film to emerge in this decade, and arguably the preceding one. In spite of […]

Interview with Yasmin Paige on the Mystery of Character Acting

Interview with Yasmin Paige on the Mystery of Character Acting Author – Timothy Woodward Source – molempire.com Summary Imagine the following scenario from Richard Ayoade’s Submarine. A young dark-haired girl called Jordana Bevan peers through her Betty-Boop-on-a-good-day-haircut. She wears a long red raincoat that is part “Don’t Look Now” and part “Little Red Riding Hood”. […]