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It’s like forming a troupe and then casting. Almost every actor in this movie could have played another role. With Claire, I initially met her to talk about Ona—and her work so far shows you that she can play her part—but I was thrilled by her sharpness and In fact, she’s no bullshit. about her anything. She’s really excited about Salome because the role will allow her to show a side of herself that she hasn’t shown in a character before. With Rooney, I pictured her as Mariche or Salome, but then we started talking about Ona. I’ve read that part of hundreds of people and it’s hard because you have to believe what she says, otherwise she sounds a bit ridiculous. Rooney is going to hate this, but I think she has a very bright side. I was wondering if I should rewrite Ona, but when Rooney read her lines, it worked. And with Jessie, I considered her for Ona, but she liked the challenge of trying to understand Mariche. Some people won’t touch that part because she has to be unlovable for most of the movie before you really get to explore her story—but not Jessie.
Another important thing for me was to have a therapist on set for the more difficult scenes, to have a container for something that could happen, not just for the cast but for the crew as well. movies, some of them come from similar backgrounds to the characters in this story. We also have a rule on set that if people need a break, they just rest and we wait. There’s no emergency room-style time pressure on it. That’s important because we ask our cast to act out extremely tense scenes that can bring out a lot of things, and they need to be able to take risks and know that they’re doing it in an environment that’s just as important. safe school. I did. I asked her, “What is the most important thing for you in this adaptation?” She said, “Laughter.” It’s a great northern star for me. Whenever we feel pressure building up, we find a way to release it. Every time we could find a funny moment, we did. I think it would be too much if we didn’t allow the audience to laugh at points. And I didn’t find it difficult [moving between that lightness and the more emotional scenes] because all my life I’ve had to find humor in tragedy. I think that’s what we naturally do as a species—we laugh to get through it, and that’s how we survive.
And once you’re on set, which scene is the hardest? And how can the on-site therapist help in those times? There is a scene in the movie, not in the book, in which Mariche’s mother apologizes to her for being complicit in her abuse. It was Mariche’s transformational moment and for that character to appear, we needed something like that. We shot Jessie’s side before and during her performance there was huge internal collapse and rebuilding. That had a profound effect on one of the crew members who grew up in a community like this where there was always abuse and his parents were never apologetic or accountable. He said it made him think about how everything he was taught to accept was wrong, and he was really emotional. Then, when we were filming Sheila [McCarthy, who plays Greta, Mariche’s mother], I asked him, “Is this enough for you?” He said, “No, it’s not enough for me to transform the way Jessie just did.”
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