Lighting Balloons Help DP Tony Pierce-Roberts With the Housework on The Golden Bowl The filmmaking team of James Ivory (director) and Ismail Merchant (producer) is famous for scouting out priceless locations for their largely period-set films. Their new adaptation of Henry James' The Golden Bowl, which is shot in places with names like Mansion House and Lancaster House, is no exception. The preference for using real country homes and townhouses, even for interiors, is rooted partly in ...

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