Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones Find Contemporary Lessons in Film About Charles Dickens' Secre
"There was little bit of all this process, which is good because Dickens did the same thing. He produced these plays, he was on top of the stage design, the snow effects, the lighting effects -- and I was having to play a man who was acting in a play and controlling everything around in the production," Fiennes says about doing double duty as director and star.
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