Murdoch's expensive hobby, The New York Post, had a rather strange write up by that creepy theater guy.
OK, I'll admit it. I love Vanessa Redgrave. She's a great actress and lady who's had a horribly tragic year. But read this piece. Does anything strike you as the least bit odd about the apocryphal and unattributed story of the Orient Express? Like - um - why is a British film subject to the rules of Actors Equity, the American stage union?
UPDATE: OH, alright. As a friend has just pointed out to me (yes, Wayne) there is a British Equity and it covers film. So I retract my previous snark on the Post. Most of it.