‘Usually my wife makes fun of me.’
‘Mine is not a vocation, it's a mission.’
‘It’s the barrel that rots the apples.’ Leslee Udwin talks to Sonia Faleiro about her film India's Daughter.
‘I wanted to be sure to approach their resistance to Nnenna’s homosexuality from a practical perspective – one of fear, rather than one of hate.’
‘The modern novel can’t sidestep or ignore the idea of evil on an industrial level’
‘How do you hold your own in such a climate?’
‘I wanted her to be a pit bull.’
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