Mysterious Meet the Press for Melancholia with Kiefer Sutherland
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Mysterious von Trier met the press in Trollhättan
July 26, 2010
There was not much revealed about the film Melancholia
when Lars von Trier film met the press in the West's studio in Innovatum tonight.
Much of the acting ensemble, starring Kiefer Sutherland, Kirsten Dunst
and Stellan Skarsgard, is in place in Trollhättan.
The U.S. actor Kiefer Sutherland, among other things, known for his role as Jack Bauer terroristbekämparen but now one of the actors in Melancholia, responding to press questions in Studio Fares in Trollhättan."No more happy endings", the Danish director Lars von Trier proclaimed for the upcoming film Melancholia. A film described as a psychological disaster movie, or as a wonderful film about the end of the world.
Last week began filming in Trollhättan and on Monday were the first shots inside the Film Studio in West Fares. It was also in this studio that the director and much of the ensemble received the press.
About 60 journalists - mostly from Sweden and Denmark, but also from Germany - had gathered to learn more about the film and the director's thoughts on it. Which turned out to be easier said than done.
I'm trying to say as little as possible, said von Trier.
What he managed quite well with. He said, however, that the earth in this film goes under, then it collides with another planet, and that his other films in his way to see it had a happy ending, but not this. He also said that the American actress Kirsten Dunst's character marries Alexander Skarsgård's character.
The father Stellan who plays best man.
It's always fun to work with talented actors like Alexander, and I'll be happy when I see him, he said about working with his son.
Even among the actors was the lid on, in terms of film. In contrast, the relatively consistent to express his contempt for the director and that it is an honor to participate in the project.
I would have played a waiter or anything in his film, "says Kiefer Sutherland, among other things, known for his role as Jack Bauer in the thriller series, 24th
The recordings will continue until September and the movie will premiere in May or June next year.