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Director Elliot Cooper always wears womans clothes when writing female characters. When he was recently interviewed by Pog Nubenbits for the Danish director's magazine 'Spazfuck,' he explained that he does this in line with a tradition of great modernist writers such as Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath. To write the character played by Markus Uhl in 東京。女。男。he wore a rainbow and chewed on underwear stolen from his neighbor's balcony. There's nothing funny about Elliot Cooper, or at least you shouldn't laugh.