On the surface, Danny Boyle’s movies could not be more different – from the heroin-infused Trainspotting, to the aesthetically entrancing Slumdog Millionaire, to the solo character study 127 Hours. But the Oscar-winning director told the crowd gathered at his SXSW Q&A with New York Times media reporter David Carr that he doesn’t quite see it that way.
“You try to make a different film every time, and often you end up making the same film again and again,” Boyle said. The through line, he said, is that all of his characters have huge odds to overcome.
That statement holds true in Trance, »
- Laura Hertzfeld
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