Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone Manager John Lee Hancock Only Donald Sutherland on Mr. Harrigan’s mind [Exclusive Interview]

You have directed many genres and this is your first horror film. Why does the shaft rotate?

Hancock: I didn’t think of it [as] too much revolved around because when I read it, I didn’t think it was a real King thriller. I think of it more like “The Body” or “Stand By Me” or “[The] Shawshank [Redemption]”and I think it’s kind of a coming-of-age mystery. I’m very drawn to stories about characters and coming of age and things like that, so it’s just the themes in there that draw in. I came to it I thought… it’s something I’ve never done before, but it didn’t feel like a complete left turn.It felt very character-driven, and I was really hooked. absorbed in these characters and the various themes that Stephen is illuminating.

There’s a lovely sad ghost story vibe to it. What inspired or influenced your approach?

Hancock: In a way, this is a little story with universal themes, and you’ll be in this small fictional Maine town, which is [necessary to find] The storytelling embraces its universality but also makes it uncomfortable and creepy. John Schwartzman, my DP, and myself have talked a lot about lens selection, and sometimes where to place a camera. I don’t mind the negative space in a frame just to make it feel a little less. Not so much that you say, “That’s a bad shot.” You say, “That’s interesting, hmm.” It just soaks into you a little bit.

Also, [we used] Some movements are so gentle that you feel more than you see. we [also] talked a lot about, such as “Rosemary’s Baby”, which is an ordinary story. I mean ordinary in a wonderful way. It’s a seemingly normal world until she has Satan’s child, yes, but everything about it, the way it’s filmed, is so beautifully done that it’s just a little out of place at times. . A little too low. “Why are we so low?” And it just creates an uncomfortable feeling that we’re trying to emulate. Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone Manager John Lee Hancock Only Donald Sutherland on Mr. Harrigan’s mind [Exclusive Interview]

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