Russell Crowe in a scene from "The Water Diviner." (Mark Rogers/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)
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It felt to me that in order to have the creative control that I wanted to have and, out of due respect to the story itself, it should be an independent Australian film.Whereas I'm bouncing around from different skillsets: The organizational ability of Ridley Scott to the precision of a Ron Howard to the artistic sensibilities of a Peter Weir ... to the scope of a Tom Hooper.You get onto a film set 48 to 72 hours before you start shooting and you're expected to have done all of your preparation beforehand. I know from vast and deep experience that that's just not the best way to approach it. Q: The film has already opened in Australia, where it's done amazingly well so far. There's a historical aspect in this film that there's no connection to.
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