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(1)Victorian, by the sea. Where we are is private, but you can get into town. (2)I like that you can modernize the inside but let the bones remain. I think the Victorians got in right in the generosity of the rooms and the windows. (3)It was very stimulating, really, because he was shooting with a handheld camera over his shoulder, so he would talk to you and then go back in. Everything that Jamie and I went though, Sean was right there behind us, even for the battle at the end of the movie in the crypt. There was a sense that we were all in it together. (4)He wrote the movie, directed it, shot it, and was all over everything from costume to hair to makeup. You feel safe as an actor. And, as an actor, if you can’t feel safe, you can’t make a fool of yourself. (5)I’d been there once before in my foolish, misspent youth and drank a lot of beer. But when you’re working on a film as immersive as this, you kind of have to cancel reality.

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(1) 海辺のビクトリアン調だ。俺たちの場所はプライベートだけど、町にも出られる。 (2) 内装をモダンにするのは良いと思うよ。でも骨格は残したほうが良い。ビクトリアン調は部屋や窓が寛容に作られていて、とても良いと思います。 (3) それは、本当に、すごく刺激的だった。なぜなら彼はハンドヘルドのカメラを肩に乗せて撮影していていて、だから彼はあなたに話しかけたかと思うとまた(撮影に)戻っていく。ジェイミーと私が何をしようが、ショーンは私達の後ろにぴったりついていて、映画の最後の地下室での戦いの時でもそうだった。私たちはみんなそこに一緒にいると言う感覚があった。 (4) 彼は映画を描いて、監督して、撮影して、そしてコスチュームから髪型のメイクアップまで全てに関わった。俳優として安心感があった。もし俳優として安心感を得られなければ、バカげたことなんかできない。 (5) 前に一度行ったことがある。バカげた、若さの無駄づかいをしていて、たくさんビールを飲んだ。でも、この映画のように没頭するものの撮影をしていたら、現実社会のことは忘れなければならない。(つまり、楽しい事なんか無視して映画を一生懸命取らないと行けないと言うことでしょう)

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