A Knight's Tale

| May 23, 2001

A Knight's Tale,Blue Dog Press and FilmThreat.com
Though Heath Ledger's most recent flick subscribes to a Hollywood ethos complete with peasant turned superstar, it still manages to garner good reviews from a couple alternative news sources. In an interview for the free New York weekly Blue Dog Press, film critic Michael Calleri interviews Ledger and writer/ director Brian Helgeland (they met in an airport where the Australian-born Ledger entertained Heldeland with his diggeridoo) and praises the film for its 'audacious blend of culture and music.' And FilmThreat.com was similarly smitten: 'They [the actors] manage to keep the storybook roles they are portraying believable in the fantasy-like setting 'A Knight's Tale' creates.'
--Sara V. Buckwitz

• Blue Dog Press Interview with Ledger
Film Threat Review