Michael Mann’s vision of heat needed a different kind of movie villain

In the documentary “The Making of ‘Heat'”, Mann says that his premise tests the view that “every person is a universe to himself.” “Everybody has a life,” he explained. “We tend to two-dimensionalize the villains in a motion picture. To me, it would be much more appealing if I, the actors and everyone else had the ability to imagine, expand and blow. inflate that into the space of life. So that’s the idea. And “Heat,” when you do what I do, this is what you’re going to do.”

This certainly doesn’t make you go in the opposite direction. Producer Art Linson added, “[Mann] just show you what is. And suddenly you realize that the policeman’s personal life is really different from the robber’s personal life, and that both of them, in many ways, face identical problems in dealing with them. same integrity. , or the same lack of integrity as others. “

https://www.slashfilm.com/936505/michael-manns-vision-for-heat-needed-a-different-kind-of-movie-villain/ Michael Mann’s vision of heat needed a different kind of movie villain

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