To the Wonder (2012)
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During production, Malick invited photojournalist Eugene Richards to shoot a selection of scenes where Bardem’s priest interviews actual residents of the town of Bartlesville, Oklahoma about their lives – including an elderly woman talking about her happy marriage, a former Ku Klux Klan member who renounces his past, and a mother who recalls the drowning of their child.
Well, it seems the footage is not going to waste, as Richards has secured permission from Malick to assemble the footage into a 43-minute short entitled Thy Kingdom Come, which will be premiering at SXSW this March. Check out a trailer for the project here…
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A new trailer has emerged for the 43-minute short Thy Kingdom Come, a film made of the scenes that landed on the cutting room floor of Terence Malick’s To The Wonder.
To The Wonder told the story of four key characters with the focus on a love triangle between three of them – Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams and Olga Kurylenko. Javier Bardem as a priest was the fourth character, and this new short focuses on his character.
The short film which has been put together from footage taken at the time when the original feature began shooting back in late 2010 by Photojournalist Eugene Richards. Richards was hired by Malick to shoot scenes in which Bardem’s priest would interview the local residents of the town Bartlesville, Oklahoma where some of the story is set.
With Malick’s permission, Richards has assembled the film which will premiere at SXSW next month.
One of the films world premiering at the upcoming South by Southwest Film Festival next month is “Thy Kingdom Come,” which has been revealed as a surprise spinoff of “To The Wonder.” The 43-minute film features Bardem’s priest as he interviews different Oklahoma natives about what is troubling them most.
Back in 2010, photojournalist Eugene Richards was hired by Malick to venture into the town Bartlesville, Oklahoma with Javier Bardem as his priest character. Over the course of the shoot, they spoke to the townspeople, ranging from a former Ku Klux Klan leader to a woman who recounted her stories of sexual assault. While some of this was seen in the final film, of course, there was mountains of it left over.
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