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The Storms Of Jeremy Thomas  2021
Director:  Mark Cousins
Producer:
  David P. Kelly
Editor:
  Timo Langer
Music:
  David Holmes
Screenplay:
  Mark Cousins
Director of Photography:
  Mark Cousins
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Cast:
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spacer1 Debra Winger
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people1 Tilda Swinton
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Synopsis:
Adopting a typically leftfield but also striking approach to documentary portraiture, prolific filmmaker and hardcore cinephile Mark Cousins frames his film about Jeremy Thomas – producer of landmark works by Oshima, Bertolucci and Cronenberg, amongst others – around a long car journey they share to the Cannes Film Festival.

Comprising an entertainingly freewheeling conversation, expansive film clips and archive, loving testimonies from the likes of Tilda Swinton and Debra Winger, and candid observational footage, Cousins’ film examines Thomas’ various professional and personal passions and preoccupations. We not only learn about Thomas’ colossal impact on independent cinema, but also of his obsession with fast cars, sex and art in an unconventional, always fascinating film. A fittingly offbeat tribute to a true maverick and cinema hero.

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