So I listened to the top ten songs from every country I could think of and then laid them in throughout the movie; once I did that Basil came in and filled in the emotional parts with his score. Anyway, all the studios turned Summer Lovers down until George Litto at Filmways decided to make it, and he was going to launch a major campaign behind the movie. The actors are inherently beautiful too, but what do you do to help them along in terms of accentuating their attractiveness? This is not a joke. The movie must have been something like ten minutes long! After years of boxy full-frame editions, the good people at Twilight Time have finally given Summer Lovers the Blu-ray it deserves: We were also moving back and forth between islands; at one point we took a ship and filmed scenes on it along the way.
This is not a joke. Well, I wanted an international pop score to reflect all the different cultures on the island, but I also wanted to use Basil because I thought he was fantastic. Again, as soon as there was nudity the kids went crazy — and again, it broke down. All of the places where we were shooting came from my initial writing — I did a scout while I was working on the screenplay and wrote all those places in. All of the dialogue when people are walking by naked was gone, so the movie made no sense at all. Did the film change at all in the editing process, or was it pretty close to how you envisioned it from the beginning? Then after the movie, he killed himself in the same way that his character did in Spetters — he rode a wheelchair in front of a truck or something. Same thing with Blue Lagoon. Unfortunately, Orion bought Filmways during post, and as you have probably heard or experienced yourself, when a studio changes hands it kills the movie. That got my attention [laughs]. Speaking of running around the islands naked…there is a lot of nudity in the film— Kleiser: You also have that actor from Spetters, Hans von Tongeren, in a small role. After years of boxy full-frame editions, the good people at Twilight Time have finally given Summer Lovers the Blu-ray it deserves: It was really touching. In the case of Summer Lovers, I was thinking about those French films but I also wanted it to be commercial for an American audience. Then the film broke and we had to fix it and start it up again. The movie gets a lot of texture from those extras, as well as the documentary shots of life around the island. Gloriously photographed in a palette of tan skin against white sand and blue water, Summer Lovers has never been properly presented on home video until now. A lot of that footage was shot by Peter Collister, who had worked on Blue Lagoon as an assistant to Nestor and is now a big director of photography. She had a child who was around six years old at the time, and about four years ago he wrote to me and asked to see Summer Lovers. What was your starting point when you sat down to write? Anyway, all the studios turned Summer Lovers down until George Litto at Filmways decided to make it, and he was going to launch a major campaign behind the movie. That DVD, available at http: It sounded like there might be a movie idea there, so I took a trip to the islands and observed what was going on. Well, the sexy part is the French influence, and the sweet part probably came from trying to make it palatable to general audiences. We were also moving back and forth between islands; at one point we took a ship and filmed scenes on it along the way.
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