“It’s really interesting because it’s two people who have gone out of their way to find isolation,” says Amanda Card, who plays Rosannah.
“Growing up with access to her father’s equipment, she experimented with photography far before her first real film class.”
“A student production can take two months or more to get off the ground, so the idea of embarking on the same creative process in only two days initially seems almost impossible from a logistic standpoint.”
“Although the daring stunts and excitement of police chases endeared me, I found the core mechanic of the film wasn’t the action itself but the array of great music that accompanied it.”
“As she plunges into the front lines looking for “Ares,” a slew of secondary characters constantly delay Diana’s inevitable confrontation with her childish understanding of good and evil.”
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