Ang Lee wins the Academy Award for Best Director for 'Life of Pi'. Known for movies like 'Sense and Sensibility', 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon', Oscar-winning filmmaker Ang Lee says his latest offering 'Life Of Pi', a 3D adventure drama, has been the most difficult film of his career. Excerpts from the interview:
Q. How was the experience of working with Indian actors for the first time?
A. They are the finest actors in the world, they are treasures of world cinema. They gave me their best and I give them mine. When you work with actors, you have to honest, you are directly communicating with them, you are dealing with human nature. So right away you go deep to a place that you don't share with your children or your spouse. I really treasure actors like that, they are special people and they have so much to show, to share. It's great that I got a chance to work with them.
Q. What were the logistical issues you faced while shooting for a film of this Read More »from In conversation with Ang Lee