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Q: Which film do you love that might surprise people?
MK: John Carpenter’s The Thing. I write mostly female-centric films, and there’s not a single woman in Carpenter’s movie, but the atmosphere of isolation and doom is expertly crafted.
Q: If you could pair up any two actors/actresses, living or dead, which two would it be & what kind of film?
MK: 1970’s Goldie Hawn and 1970’s Barbara Streisand in a screwball buddy comedy!
Q: Which film has had the biggest impact on you personally, and why?
MK: City Lights. Beneath the humor, it’s still the most moving film I’ve ever seen. The end shot sums up what it means to be human.
Q: If you could have one prop from any film what would it be?
MK: Captain Kirk’s tunic from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Q: Is there any subject matter which you would not make a film about?
MK: As a white male, there seem to be many subjects the PC police have deemed off limits for me. That said, I’ve never really liked movies about men in drag.
Marc Klein’s IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0458884/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
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