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Harrison Lloyd

Photojournalist

Newsweek Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 445-4000

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Newsweek Inc

7 Hanover Sq 5th Fl

New York City, New York,10004

United States

Company Description

Newsweek is a premier news magazine and website, bringing high-quality journalism to readers around the globe for over 80 years. Newsweek provides the latest news, in-depth analysis and ideas about international issues, technology, business, culture and politi...more

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www.channelfilms.com

On a 1991 assignment for Newsweek in Yugoslavia, photojournalist Harrison Lloyd (the excellent David Strathairn) is reported missing.


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Harrison is presumed dead, but it is Sarah who leaves others in disbelief, hell-bent in her pursuit to find him, dead or alive.
David Strathairn .... Harrison Lloyd • Harrison: "Well, Sam, it's like my luck bank is down to zero. Harrison: "Sam, all I can think about now is Sarah and the kids. • Harrison: "Oh, your brother's a hypocritical son-of-a-bitch. Harrison: "Yeah, I know, and the St. Louis Patanical Gardens is a waste of taxpayers' money. [pause] "I'm kidding. No, your brother is a very wise man, and I envy him." • "Now, nobody knows how Harrison got to the hospital. Strathairn doesn't have much screen time but manages to infuse Harrison with enough of a warm personality so that the audience cares when he goes missing early on in the film. Once Strathairn leaves the film, though, his absence is horribly felt... With MacDowell fiddling around and Chouraqui aimlessly trying to put the film together, at least the audience is also deeply intent on the possible reemergence of Harrison--not only does that bring a happy ending (the film's actual ending, by the way, is little more than a contrivance), but also brings some of the needed support from the always dependable Strathairn. • "On a 1991 assignment for Newsweek in Yugoslavia, photojournalist Harrison Lloyd (the excellent David Strathairn) is reported missing. -Peter Travers, Rolling Stone • "Andie MacDowell is Sarah Lloyd, a Newsweek correspondent with two young children, a posh home and a globe-trotting husband, Harrison (the versatile David Strathairn). • "Harrison was this guy who really lived his passions for life, through his love for her (Sarah) and his work.


www.channelfilms.com [cached]

On a 1991 assignment for Newsweek in Yugoslavia, photojournalist Harrison Lloyd (the excellent David Strathairn) is reported missing.


www.frenchculture.org [cached]

Harrison Lloyd, press photographer for Newsweek, is sent into Yugoslavia to cover a minor conflict.


strathairn.freespaces.com [cached]

Role: Harrison LloydHarrison is presumed dead, but it is Sarah who leaves others in disbelief, hell-bent in her pursuit to find him, dead or alive.David Strathairn .... Harrison LloydHarrison: "Well, Sam, it's like my luck bank is down to zero.Harrison: "Sam, now all I can think about is Sarah and the kids.- Harrison LloydHarrison: "Oh, your brother's a hypocritical son-of-a-bitch.Harrison: "Yeah, I know.And the St. Louis Patanical Gardens is a waste of taxpayers' money."[pause] "I'm kidding.No, your brother is a very wise man, and I envy him.""Now, nobody knows how Harrison made it to the hospital.- Harrison LloydStrathairn doesn't have much screen time but manages to infuse Harrison with enough of a warm personality so that the audience cares when he goes missing early on in the film."Once Strathairn leaves the film, though, his absence is horribly felt... With MacDowell fiddling around and Chouraqui aimlessly trying to put the film together, at least the audience is also deeply intent on the possible reemergence of Harrison--not only does that bring a happy ending (the film's actual ending, by the way, is little more than a contrivance), but also brings some of the needed support from the always dependable Strathairn.""On a 1991 assignment for Newsweek in Yugoslavia, photojournalist Harrison Lloyd (the excellent David Strathairn) is reported missing.""Andie MacDowell is Sarah Lloyd, a Newsweek correspondent with two young children, a posh home and a globe-trotting husband, Harrison (the versatile David Strathairn).""Harrison was this guy who really lived his passions for life, through his love for her (Sarah) and his work.


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