Monday, October 07, 2013
Television and Cinema Verities #90
“The assumption is that this is a metaphysical story, not a ghost story, meaning that we’re making the adult’s thinking version. So the trick and the brilliance of director Mark Pellington was finding a visual vocabulary that would suggest a presence and give you the kind of chilling feeling that was much deeper and larger than “Don’t open that door.”
-Richard Gere discusses The Mothman Prophecies (2002), at Sci-Fi Online. I’ll be reviewing the film here, tomorrow morning.
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