Cullum, Paul
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/8/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 48, pC2
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The article presents the statements of Walter Hill, director of the newest Home Box Office Inc.'s series "Deadwood," about David Milch, writer and producer of the said series. Hill revealed that he was fond of Milch and that they were both cordial during the process. Hill also believed that Milch does not have conventional Western thematic concerns. He further stressed that Milch's organic concept of the show was about the importance of civilization out of confusion.


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