Local 706 - The Artisan

Fall 2016

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25 facial hair, including a modern version of 'mut- ton chops,' and getting Michael Shannon looking like the dying small-town sheriff, which Tom had envisioned sharply in his mind's eye. Jake, Amy and Armie Hammer all appear at various stages of the story in a more than 20-year span. Young Ellie Bamber, as Jake's daughter, and his wife, played by Isla Fishser, bear a resemblance to Amy Adams, who also has a similar-looking daughter played by India Menuez. All four ladies with that stunning long red hair and pale skin were captivating. I digress for a moment of utter importance, one of the highlights of this experience was to finally work with the iconic Yolanda Toussieng, Department Head Hair, and her team, including key hair stylist Jules Holdren, They stepped in during prep. They were meant to be on the project and I am so pleased to have worked with them. Tom insisted this film be made in Los Angeles. I utterly respect and admire his choice to shoot an LA movie in Los Angeles and double for Texas as well! For the first time in ages, I was able to get some fel- Amy Adams in Nocturnal Animals.

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