Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal kiss each other fierceley in "Brokeback Mountain" (2005).
"Director Ang Lee has spoken out about his favourite memory of Heath Ledger - a kissing scene between him and Jake Gyllenhaal while new girlfriend Michelle Williams was watching.Lee was directing the trio in Brokeback Mountain, which won Heath a best actor Oscar nomination for his role as a gay cowboy."I was directing Heath kissing [Jake Gyllenhaal] and I told him that you would never kiss a woman that hard", he told Metro exclusively."He needed to do it in a heroic Western way, more passionately.""I remember seeing Michelle watching while we filmed - at that point they were already 'friends' - and she had a look of concentration on her face because she also thought he should be stronger with Jake."
"The director was in London to promote his new film Taking Woodstock, a comedy drama about the infamous music festival set in 1969.The film was praised at the Cannes Film Festival for one colourful sequence when the main character Elliot Tiber (comedian Demetri Martin) takes LSD for the first time.Asked if he'd ever taken drugs, Lee replied: "My wife and son were just teasing me and making fun of me being the stern dad by suggesting that I should take drugs as research."He did, however send his extras on a two-day hippy "camp" where they would learn all about the era in a "hippy handbook"."It was kind of like school. I gave them books to read and they had to take exams. They watched loads of documentaries. I think they really enjoyed it." Source: www.metro.co.uk
The real Elliot Tiber (1969) and Max Yasgur on his farm (1970), played by Demetri Martin and Eugene Levy in "Taking Woodstock" (2009).