- Starring: Sienna Miller, Steve Buscemi
- Summary: Self-destructive journalist Pierre Peders is no stranger to violence and inhumanity. Having made his name as a war reporter, he has traveled the world seeing some of the most horrifying sights imaginable. So he feels that his current puff-piece assignment, an interview with pop diva, TV and movie start Katya, is beneath his dignity. The two meet in a restaurant and instantly it's a collision of two worlds--Pierre's serious political focus and Katya's superficial world of celebrity. But perhaps all is not as it appears. Their confrontation evolves into a passionate verbal chess game spiked with wit, intrigue and sexual tension, capped with a riveting twist ending. (Sony Pictures)… Expand
- Director: Steve Buscemi
- Genre(s): Drama, Music
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KBrown9Sienna Miller was superb.
JohnP7One of those that you have to be in the mood for. I'm glad I was because I was pleasantly surprised. Sure some of the plot was implausible and the editing suffered but both Miller & Busecemi overode all that. They played well off each other in this nasty little game of one-upman(woman)ship. Loved the ending, it made me giddy with guilt!! Made me want to see the original Dutch version.… Expand
ChadS7A choice was made to not shoot "Interview" on digital video because the filmmaker understood that the sparring match between Pierre Peders(Steve Buscemi) and Katya(Sienna Miller) was more theatrical than realistic. To shoot the journalist and actress' well-modulated dialogue on this overused filmic medium that hack filmmakers utilize as a short-cut to authenticate their imitation of neo-realism, would have been a drastic mistake since "Interview" has the unmistakable ring of being scripted; its actors are indeed delivering lines. Katya's confession at the end of her interview redeems certain scenes we gauged in "Interview" as being entirely implausible. Sienna Miller has the tricky role of portraying an actress that will always be relegated to bad television shows and B-movies. Every time we don't believe a dramatic situation should indicate that Katya is acting. "Interview" feels completely staged, but that's the film's intent.… Expand
MaxL4An ugly movie overall. The shots, the dialogue, and the story. The acting almost made it worth seeing.