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Interview with the golden boy Jerry Trimble
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Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 24/8/2007
Type(s) : Interview
 
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People :
Jonathan Ke Quan
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Bolo Yeung Tze
Yuen Woo Ping
Movies :
Bloodsport
Enter The Dragon
 
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Interview made by Arnaud Lanuque, august 2007.

Thanks to Jerry Trimble for his participation

Official website

Clip of Jerry’s prowess in the ring


HKCinemagic : In Breathing Fire, you had the occasion to work with 2 other personalities linked to HK cinema, Bolo Yeung (famous for his participation in Enter the Dragon and some Jean-Claude Van Damme's movies as Bloodsport) and Jonathan Ke Quan (currently working in Yuen Woo Ping's team). What were your impressions on them?
Jerry Trimble : I became friends with both Bolo and Jonathan. They were exceptional to work with. Bolo was a very funny guy. Jonathan was like a little brother. Very talented guys.
HKCinemagic : With films like Live By Fist, Stranglehold or One Man Army, you worked under the direction of legendary Philipino director, Cirio H. Santiago. How did you find the working conditions on those low budget films? How would you describe the direction of Cirio Santiago given those circumstances? Did you start a friendly relation with him?
J T : Cirio was great to work with. He always cared for the actors. Treated us well. It was a relaxed atmosphere on set, it was like a family. We became friends. He believed in me and that I'm grateful for that.

Heat
HKCinemagic : What do your remember of your collaboration alongside Michael Mann and Al Pacino for the cult classic Heat?
J T : Michael Mann was a perfectionist and knew exactly what he wanted in every shot. He is a master at directing. He runs a tight ship and it shows, his movies are exceptional. Michael was so disciplined in his approach to directing, we rehearsed the scenes thoroughly and did our work. Hew never really gave me direction, just a nod and pat on the back for a job well done. Al was very cool to work with, just a nice, regular guy. Talking to him was like talking to someone I've known for a long time. Heat was one of the most memorable experiences of my career.
 
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