Kirsten Dunst Talks About "All Good Things"
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My fun interview with Kirsten Dunst for the powerful thriller "All Good Things."
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“All Good Things” is inspired by the true-life story of Robert Durst, the son of the late New York real estate mogul Seymour Durst, and brother of commercial developer Douglas Durst.
In 1973, Durst married Kathleen McCormack who vanished in 1982. Then, on December 24, 2000, Durst’s long-time friend, Susan Berman, was found murdered. Was he to blame for both murders?
The complexities of Durst’s life was put under the microscope in “All Good Things.” It’s the first full-feature narrative movie of Andrew Jarecki, who gave us the powerful 2003 documentary “Capturing the Friedmans.”
The names have been changed, of course, but the powerful, intriguing dynamics of the story remain the same.
In the film, Ryan Gosling is the Robert Durst character, David Marks, and Kirsten Dunst is his wife, Katie Marks. The movie works because of the chemistry of the two lead actors. “All Good Things” is a gripping love story with a Hitchcockian twist.
In this interview, Kirsten Dunst talked about:
*** What attracted her to making the movie?
*** Working with Jarecki
*** How she prepared for the role
*** Working with Gosling, and did he really give her flowers after pulling her hair in once scene?
*** Have you ever experienced that one true love? The instant dramatic attraction?
*** The whole Robert Durst saga
Year of Production: 2010
Country: United States