From the photo essay: Medieval Art and Architecture at The Cloisters
Heard this on Morning Edition today... Cormac McCarthy's play, The Sunset Limited:
"In his latest role, actor Tommy Lee Jones is bent on suicide. He plays a professor who wants so badly to end his life that he throws himself in front of a subway car. But his suicide attempt is thwarted when he is pulled to safety by an ex-con, played by Samuel L. Jackson, who has found redemption in God."
Anybody know if I can buy this directly yet?
"The set was simple: the facade of the house of Combernon in France: a couple of doors for entrances and exits, and some shovels and picks lined up in front — ready for manual labor. Not only drama, but also talks, discussions, and music unfolded against this silent presence, this house, which served as a visual theme uniting many diverse expressions of humanity."
Read the rest at ilsussidiario.net: A French House in New York City