DeLapp, Bill
May 2012
Syracuse New Times;5/16/2012, Issue 2142, p24
An interview with American film actors Gil Birmingham and Brandon Routh is presented. When asked about a particular script that drew them to the film "Crooked Arrows," Birmingham refers to the laughter among the actors, while Routh notes the themes about the Native American people and their heritage. They discuss the alterations made to some part of the film. They mention the contribution of director Steve Rash to the success of the film.


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