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Mike Nichols' last words to Glenn Close. Mike Nichols' last words to Glenn Close. US Director Mike Nichols (1931 - 2014) was known for film classics like "The graduate" and "Catch-22". On Wednesday, he died at the age of 83 years. Glenn Close (67, "101 Dalmatians"), who met the Director for the first time between 1983 and 1984 in the case of a theatre production, recalls in the industry magazine "The Hollywood Reporter" now Nichols. He had given her and a colleague, Jeremy Irons (66), at the time, a wonderful Director's statement: "If you forget ever the Text that is drowning simply in your eyes. "Once he had said that Close, you should just bring your "day. [. ] In a piece, when [my character] occurred with a large shopping bag, and then all my preparation was to imagine how you will Park the car and complete the steps running up to it." And he said: "This is one of the fascinating aspects of the theatre: The variables are daily different. We all had a different day, and if you can incorporate it, and live in the Moment, then you got the right Start for the next two and a half hours." Like here About two weeks ago the Close was still with him, Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, and Whoopi Goldberg for Lunch taken. Nichols've talked about, such as luck influencing the life of a people. Two days after the lunch, he wrote of the actress in a message, his last words to Close: "love is the key".