Jordan Scott and Eva Green on the Film "Cracks"

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Director Jordan Scott and actress Eva Green discuss the film “Cracks.” Scott talks about what it was like to make her first feature film after growing up with such a famous father, film director Ridley Scott. “Cracks”, adapted from Sheila Kohler’s 1999 novel, is a slow burning drama set in a remote English boarding school during the 1930s. “Cracks” is playing at IFC Center and Lincoln Plaza Cinema.


Eva Green and Jordan Scott

Comments [3]

Caroline from NJ

Enjoy Lenny!

Mar. 16 2011 01:18 PM
DarkSymbolist from NYC!

I love Eva Green. One of the best Bond women ever.

Mar. 16 2011 01:16 PM
Morgan Paar from New York City

Saw Cracks last night at IFC. Loved it. Jordan Scott was there and I wish we could have had a Q&A with her. Wanted to know just how much Ridley & Tony Scott were involved in the filmmaking.

Can't wait for Jordan Scott's next film!


Mar. 16 2011 12:26 PM

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