Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover. Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover.
Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover.
American films

Nicolas Cage on channelling Andy Warhol, learning from John Woo, and possibly his wildest film yet

  • The prolific actor says he was inspired by Warhol’s ‘marvellous collages’ of entertainment icons, and that Woo showed him how to stretch himself
  • He defends films that go straight to video, and talks about new film Mandy and working with a Japanese eccentric

Topic |   American films
Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover. Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover.
Nicolas Cage in a still from Mandy, in which his lumberjack character takes revenge on a hippie cult for the death of his lover.
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