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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-29

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During pre-production,
Schreiber cast 24-year-old
Elijah Wood (The Lord of the
Rings) as the fictional Jonathan
because he felt the actor's
expressive blue eyes could con-
vey the character's rich inner
"I loved the idea of playing a
person who is coming into who
and what he is," said Wood, who
is undergoing a similar transi-
tion."And I loved what the story
ultimately became: this beauti-
ful illumination for each char-
acter as they reached some sort
of epiphany."
Schreiber, too, experienced
illumination during the 42-day
shoot in Eastern Europe,
although he did not ultimately
find his grandfather's shtetl. He
cited a scene in which one char-
acter tells another that World
War II is over.
"The war for me had been a
metaphor for so many things:
my inner turmoil and the
mourning of my grandfather,
for example:' he said. "But that
scene taught me that, yes, the
`war' can be over, because we
can contain our stories and the
little things in our lives, like the
pieces of Jonathan's collection
that remind him of the constant
companionship of his family in
his memory."
While filming the sequence in
Ivhich the fictional grandfather
is buried, Schreiber felt as if he
were finally laying ivlilgram to
"Because I was not ready at
the time to deal with his death,
I felt that, in a way, I needed to
experience it again:' he said.
"The movie allowed me to do
"My 'illumination' was that
my grandfather is such an inte-
gral part of who I am that I
don't need to mourn the loss of
him, because he hasn't really
gone anywhere. He is inside of

Everything Is Illuminated,
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September 29 2005

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