News: Who’s making that racket? None other than Debra Monk, as Mrs. Miller. – The Washington Post
[Director James] Lapine says he had long wanted to write about the music and politics of the late ’60s, and he became intrigued with Miller after being introduced to Mark Oliver Everett, a musician with the indie rock group the Eels, who had written a film treatment about her.
“I looked her up and thought, this is a great way to think about this era,” Lapine says, “because ’66 to ’68 was the middle of Vietnam and the cultural revolution, and she started recording in that period, when the music changed.”
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