Last year at the Toronto Film Festival, we had the pleasure of sitting down with one of our favourite British filmmakers Carol Morley, alongside star of the silver screen Patricia Clarkson, for their collaboration on the unique cop thriller Out of Blue – out this Friday.
In a serene hotel courtyard we discussed how conventional cop dramas are so steeped in cinematic tradition, and whether their approach towards the project was born more so out of film, than reality. they also comment on the otherworldly feel, and how of course this differs from the director’s striking docu-film Dreams of a Life, while Morley also talks about her admiration for Clarkson.
Their evident friendship illuminated the interview, for Clarkson too speaks of her indelible experience shooting this film, and also on the internalised display that this character require. In the meantime, we also get quite deep and discuss the universe, because why not?
Watch the full interview here: