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In the interview, she explained that she is in Los Angeles to further her acting career, but mentioned she would love to work in the UK and Australia in the future.On March 26, 2008, it was announced that Lachman would portray Sierra in the television series Dollhouse, created by Joss Whedon.All trademarks and copyrighted materials on this site are the property of their respective owners.The intent of this site is not to infringe on any copyrights, but rather to serve as a resource for fans of Dichen Lachman.I told myself it could be about anything, as long as it takes place in five 20-minute scenes.” Content follows form, in other words, rather than the usual other way around. There are many instances of longer takes dating back to the silent era, up through the Andy Warhol films. Hawkes’ performance of “Down with Mary,” and Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.” But, oy veh, the self-indulgence of this project — whose climactic finale involves a drive-in theater that doubles as a boxing venue, run by scantily clad Jill.Anyway, it’s not really about the length of the takes. Director Hauck says he has another project in mind, described as “Nathanael West meets Terry Gilliam for a weird movie about a guy with no tongue.” Gotta admire the man’s imagination.The long David Lynch-like opening sequence is memorable: Beautiful young Dorothy awaits the arrival of old flame Mel — a private detective — in a Radio Hill park high above Los Angeles.
Sierra is one of many who can be "programmed" with multiple personalities and abilities to engage in specific assignments.
“I thought it was more interesting to ostensibly solve the case right off the bat and then delve deeper into who these characters are and how they know each other,” the director has said.
“The film’s structure was conceived before I even knew what it would be about. “I could be wrong,” he adds, “but I think the shots in ‘Too Late’ are the longest continuous shots filmed on 35 mm in cinema history.” He is, in fact, wrong.
By the time Mel shows up, it’s — you guessed it — “Too Late.” Even more memorable, perhaps, is the second sequence, in which trophy wife Janet (Vail Bloom) wanders around naked below the waist, up to and during the murder of her mobster husband, who used to employ Dorothy at one of his sleazy strip clubs.
If you stand on the cutting edge, be careful: It can slice your feet off. Hauck tears it apart, then stitches it back together into a tapestry of eccentric So Cal lost souls, skipping most of the PI detective stuff and focusing instead on the characters’ emotional lives, the backstory and the aftermath — NOT in that order.