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'When a top film producer read Tim Winton's novel the attraction was instant, writes Garry Maddox. Hollywood producer Mark Johnson, who won an Oscar for Rain Man and two Emmys for Breaking Bad, was shooting a Katie Holmes horror movie in Melbourne when he saw a passing ad for Tim Winton's novel Breath. Seven years on, the filmmaker whose impressive credits also include Good Morning Vietnam, The Notebook, The Chronicles of Narnia movies and Better Call Saul, is about to produce a film version of the widely admired novel with Simon Baker as director...' (Garry Maddox).

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  • Breath Gerard Lee Tim Winton Simon Baker 2016 single work film/TV
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